Global Shared Mobility Industry Research 2020 - Autonomous Driving Leads Shared Mobility 3.0 -

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The global shared mobility industry is experiencing a hard time. It is since 2019 that shared mobility enterprises have been exposed to financial fragility and have closed down one after another amid a nosedive in financing amount and rounds. The COVID-19 pandemic makes things worse. Shared mobility companies such as Uber and Lyft have cut jobs, while many automakers and Robotaxi companies have dabbled in the shared mobility market.

Tan Yi from GoFun believes that Shared Mobility 1.0 refers to the current public transit system, 2.0 means the new formats - ride-hailing and timeshare rental occurring now, and 3.0 represents the application of autonomous driving in the future.

Shared mobility is closely related to autonomous driving. It is difficult for both of them to make money at this stage.

By 2030, the global Robotaxi fleet market will be worth at least US$2 trillion annually, 12% of new cars will be sold to Robotaxi fleets globally, and 26 million Robotaxis will be in operation, as estimated by UBS Evidence Lab.

To have a bite of the future shared mobility market, the giants have offered subsidies to squeeze small and medium-sized mobility firms. Only the full exertion of autonomous driving can make the shared mobility market scale up, but the current immature autonomous driving technology, regulations and business models makes the goal impossible.

The shared mobility market is the battlefield of vibrant players who still need fight in alliance. WAYMO has tested Robotaxi for ten years. BMW has been groping for shared mobility business for almost a decade, but it eventually allied with Daimler to push on deeper cooperation on autonomous driving and shared mobility.

A study by General Motors shows that the cost of shared mobility will be slashed from $ 3 / mile to $1 / mile through autonomous driving by 2025, thereby diluting the operation cost through a large scale. After 2030, the mobility mileage of Robotaxis will constitute 75% of the total.

That is to say, autonomous driving will not give much impetus to shared mobility until 2025. From now on, it is a challenge for ambitious companies to make a layout in just five years. Looking back at the players' Robotaxi trials in 2019, we can see that fiercer rivalry is under way.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Concept, Classification and Operation Models of Shared Mobility

1.1 Concept of Shared Mobility

1.2 Classification of Shared Mobility

1.3 Market Features of Shared Mobility

1.4 Operation Models of Shared Cars

1.5 Shared Cars +Autonomous Driving

1.6 Three Development Stages of Shared Cars +Autonomous Driving

1.7 Two Development Paths of Shared Cars +Autonomous Driving

2. Global and China Shared Mobility Industry

2.1 Status Quo of Global Shared Mobility Industry

2.2 Status Quo of China Shared Mobility Industry

2.3 Status Quo of China Ride-hailing Industry

2.4 Status Quo of China Timeshare Rental Industry

3. Global and China Robotaxi Industry

3.1 Status Quo of Global Robotaxi

3.1.1 Necessity of Global Robotaxi Development

3.1.3 Forecast for Global Robotaxi Popularity

3.1.2 Forecast for Global Robotaxi Market Size

3.1.4 Global Robotaxi Demonstration Operation

3.1.5 Key Robotaxi Projects Worldwide

3.2 Global Robotaxi Technical Solutions

3.2.1 Waymo's Robotaxi Solution

3.2.2 Aptiv and Lyft Launch Robotaxi Services Jointly

3.2.3 Toyota's Robotaxi Service Platform

3.2.4 GM Postpones Robotaxi Plan

3.2.5 Summary-Comparison of Global Robotaxi Technical Solutions

3.2.6 Hardware Configuration of Global Robotaxi Companies

3.3 Status Quo of Chinese Robotaxi

3.3.1 Development Trend of Chinese Robotaxi

3.3.2 Dynamics of Chinese Robotaxi Companies

3.3.3 Operation of Chinese Robotaxi on Open Roads

3.3.4 Challenges for Chinese Robotaxi

3.4 China's Robotaxi Technology Solutions

3.4.1 Baidu's Apollo Robotaxi Solution

3.4.2 Baidu's Robotaxi Solution

3.4.3 WeRide's Robotaxi Solution

3.4.4 WeRide's Robotaxi Operation

3.4.5 Collaboration between AutoX and FCA

3.4.6 Didi's Autonomous Ride-hailing Solutions

3.4.7 Summary - Comparison of Chinese Robotaxi Technology Solutions

3.4.8 Suggestions for Robotaxi Development in China

4. Global and Chinese Independent Shared Mobility Companies

4.1 Uber

4.2 Lyft

4.3 Ridecell

4.4 Grab

4.5 Ola Cabs

4.6 99Taxis

4.7 Careem

4.8 Didi Chuxing

4.9 UCAR

4.10 Dida Chuxing

4.11 Shouqi Limousine & Chauffeur

4.12 GoFun

4.13 LD

5. Mobility Services of Global and Chinese OEM Automakers

5.1 BMW - DriveNow

5.2 Daimler - Car2go

5.3 PSA - Free2Move

5.4 Toyota -Fengju Mobility /Toyota Hainan Mobility

5.5 Volkswagen - Mobility Asia/Juzhong Automotive Technology

5.6 Geely - CAOCAO

5.7 SAIC - Global Car Sharing EVCARD/ SAIC Mobility

5.8 BAIC Mobility (MoreFun)/Jingju New Energy

5.9 Faw Mobility

5.10 Faw + Dongfeng + Changan - T3Mobility

5.11 GAC + Tencent - OnTime

5.12 Dongfeng Mobility

5.13 Changan Travel

5.14 Great Wall Motor - OLE Sharing

5.15 WM Motor - GETnGO

5.16 XPENG Motors - Youpeng Mobility

6. Global and Chinese Robotaxi Startups

6.1 Waymo

6.2 GM Cruise

6.3 Argo AI

6.4 ZMP

6.5 Voyage

6.6 AutoX

6.7 Baidu Apollo

6.8 WeRide


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