Connected Cars to Steer India’s Automotive Ecosystem

Consumers’ Increasing Appetite for In-Car Connectivity

*GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS AND INDUSTRY FORECAST, 2020–2027

80% of Indian Customers think Connected Cars are Beneficial

*2020 DELOITTE GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE CONSUMER STUDY I GLOBAL FOCUS COUNTRIES

Indian Customer is Willing to Spend ~50K on Connectivity

DELOITTE GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE CUSTOMER RESEARCH FOR 2020

The Path Ahead for OEMs in a Competitive Landscape

  • Consumers expect more digital services, both inside and outside the car
  • Consumers are willing to finish a lot of activities while they are in the car
  • Driving needs, patterns, and customer expectations differ across geographies
  • Consumers expect more transparency in the pricing
  • The convergence of applications and command interface in mobile devices for an increasing number of use cases
  • Consumers willing to share their personal data in exchange for better services, which can then enable ecosystem players to collaborate
*GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS AND INDUSTRY FORECAST, 2020–2027

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