Scenario Analysis of Apple's Strategy to Enter the Car Industry

Project Titan's Potential to Reshape Autonomous Driving, Ride Sharing, and Connected Vehicles via a Product- or a Service-focused Approach
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Published: 18 Nov 2016

The autonomous, connected, electric, and shared mobility market is expected to transform mass transportation and the global automotive industry by 2030. Entry of Silicon Valley companies into the automotive industry has created a fertile ecosystem for developing cars of the future. As the infrastructure is in place, Apple could utilize this ecosystem to help establish its presence in the automotive industry. Considering the recent hiring spree of auto experts and nearly $10 billion spent on research and development, Apple’s entry into the automotive space is expected. Apple could take a product- or a service-focused approach with Project Titan. The aim of this research is to study and analyze Apple’s automotive industry vision, corporate strategy, and investments in key areas including autonomous, electrified, and connected vehicles.

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