The auto industry will undergo a profound transformation: the cars it builds, the companies that build them and the consumers who buy them will look significantly different.
The surge in electric vehicle sales is charging up the battery market in Europe, explains Michael Bruun, who invests in companies focused on sustainability for Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Axel Hoefer, Goldman Sachs’ head of auto industry coverage in Europe, discusses the impact of coronavirus on the global demand for cars and the outlook for manufacturing as production restarts in some countries.
Autonomous driving is upending the auto industry as both traditional carmakers and new tech companies compete for the future of mobility. Axel Hoefer of Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Division explains how the development of this new technology is impacting deal making. Watch Video
While expectations for electric vehicles have been scaled back since 2017, one segment of the market is powering forward: hybrids. Goldman Sachs Research explains why “electrified” or hybrid vehicles will be the most profitable and practical solution to reducing dependence on internal combustion engines over the next decade. Watch Video
The global market for electric vehicles (EVs) is poised for further growth as the cost of batteries continues to decline and major auto manufacturers commit significant resources to electrifying their fleets, explains Chris Buddin of the Investment Banking Division. Watch Video
Robert Smith, technology investor and founder of Vista Equity Partners, discusses how digitization continues to disrupt entire industries – from insurance to financial services, auto and beyond. Watch Video