Road deaths will be almost eliminated in developed nations, fossil-fuel vehicles will shift to vehicles with electric engines, advanced technology in autonomous cars will transforms road safety, and vehicles will become more of a software platform.
‘Mobility of the Future’ looks at the likely future developments and trends in the global mobility industry between now and 2040. The report finds that by the year 2040, the number of road deaths in developed countries will be close to zero, while road traffic accidents will be significantly reduced. Autonomous vehicles will become the norm and smart streets and highways will transform the network infrastructure.
The report is part of ‘The World in 2040’ Futurology Series looking at a wide range of trends and topics in the context of Allianz Partners’ specific areas of expertise: international health, assistance, automotive and travel insurance, as part of Allianz Partners’ commitment to innovating and anticipating the needs of its customers. Allianz Partners offers dedicated mobility and insurance products and services to automotive manufacturers and mobility providers through the Allianz Automotive brand.