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May 28, 20134 years ago

Creating Automotive Value

Automotive consulting, it is all about creating value! Today countless innovative automotive business models are emerging. Entirely new automotive technologies and supply chains are forming as old ones crumble. Automotive startups are challenging the old guard, some of whom are struggling feverishly to reinvent themselves. How will automotive business models look like in two, five, ten, or even twenty years from now? Who will be among the dominant automotive players? Who will face competitors brandishing formidable new business models? Which trends can make automotive business more challenging? Or, which trends are being missed right now? Read more
March 13, 20134 years ago

Automotive Consulting

When it comes to gauging delivery quality, the growing trend within our client base is to implement a fairly structured approach by which delivery success is evaluated across time, quality, and cost parameters. This approach allows for a 360-degree review of each specific engagement, with the client evaluating CARNORAMA and vice versa. A weighted average overall performance score can be calculated for the engagement and evaluated against a detailed scoring grid. Read more
January 16, 20134 years ago

Electric Vehicle Limitations

The simple truth is that presently EVs are not a comprehensive solution for all our transportation needs, instead it’s an option that will satisfy only some of our basic requirements. Current Electric Vehicle (EV) limitations are beyond obvious. The challenges of short ranges, long charge times, and hefty price tags indicate that answering the “How far, how long, how much?” EV riddle is still a complex one. As in: – How far can I drive my EV on a single charge? – How long does it take to completely charge my EV? – How much does my EV cost me? Read more

Electric Vehicle Insurance

One of the main problems with electric vehicles (EVs) has always been the price. Rechargeable battery technology has seen a lot of improvement, but still remains a large chunk of vehicle price. It seems like there is another EV cost that some haven’t considered…insurance. Early adopters of EVs have to pay a premium to purchase their chosen car, but some are reaping unexpected savings on their insurance bills. Obviously insurance premiums vary widely based on driving history and local crime and vehicle theft rates, but owners of lower segmentation EVs such as the Nissan Leaf can generally expect a lower insurance premium. Read more
October 9, 20125 years ago

Considering Overall Life-Cycles Electric Cars Pollute More

The public’s apathy for electric vehicles might turn out to be a good thing, with experts once again claiming that charging chemical car batteries using electricity from coal-fired power stations generates more pollution than building and running regular combustion engine vehicles. Read more