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Automotive and New Mobility

Automotive and New Mobility Portfolio


The Automotive and New Mobility portfolio of initiatives and projects seeks to advance clean, inclusive and safe movement of goods and people through the acceleration of synergic innovative solutions and supportive policy environments in the automotive industry and adjunct sectors. It provides a platform for government, civil society, academia and business leaders to work together to understand, co-design and pilot policies to positively impact the automotive industry and the future of mobility.


Core Initiatives

Urban mobility transitions: Global New Mobility Coalition​

80% CO2 reduction by 2050 through 50% and 100% zero emission urban fleets by 2025 and 2030. Launched at SDI2019, includes over 250 members, and collaboration with NZCC and the Centre for Urban Transportation. Learn more here.

Productivity and value chains: Circular Cars Initiative and Resilient Automotive Value Chains

Convening >30% of leading auto market participants to substantially contribute to reduce 80% of CO2 emissions in automotive. Launched at AM2020, includes over 100 members, and in collaboration with Circular Economy, AMVC and Materials. Learn more here​.

Mobility Ecosystems in the Software Era​

Connecting core industry partners with ICT and regulators for unlocking digitization and connectivity value chains. Learn more here. ​


Regional Sprints​

Emerging Markets: Moving India and ​Indonesia

Accelerate net zero mobility in India through policy, infrastructure and finance; harnessing global knowledge and partnerships, and unique local capacities. Replicate in other EMs. Learn more here.​

China Ecosystem Development​

Establish strong automotive ecosystem in China to connect project communities and host conversations around mobility climate challenges and digital transformation. ​


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