We can say that 2021 was an eventful year. Also in the automotive field. Numerous topics were discussed that quite aroused curiosity, but of course there were again outliers this year. As we often do with other subjects, we will pick the 7 toppers.
1. ‘Car ownership disappears’ By far the most read article of the past year, it was about private car ownership and how, according to Siemens, it will disappear in the Netherlands as one of the first countries in the world. The company is working on an app that will make ‘Mobility as a Service’ (MaaS) big. The company is convinced that it will go from A to B with various publicly available means of transport. That is of course also to substantiate the app, so it still seems a bit wishful thinking. In any case, the ruling made a lot of…
Source: AutoWeek by www.autoweek.nl.
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