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Volvo expects 33% of its global sales in 2025 will be self-driving cars

  • Author:Jonin
  • Source:LSQ STAR
  • Release on:2018-06-08
At present, Volvo is in the revival phase, and the brand has been attracting users through innovative technology targets and the launch of new cross-border models. In 2017, Volvo sold more than 571,000 vehicles worldwide.
Samuelson said that this prediction is based in part on the sale of so-called "robot cabs." This is a driverless taxi that will operate in cities in Europe, China and the United States.
"The autopilot initiative will help Volvo transform from a pure car manufacturer to a direct consumer service provider," said Samuelson.
Today, the automotive company's business is mainly selling hardware. But companies like Volvo are seeing more and more that the future is more about selling mobile travel services to consumers than to a car. The idea of ​​most car companies is that people increasingly want to use different vehicles at different times, and they want to access all options through a smartphone app.
In the "contest" of autopilot, auto companies have been competing with each other. Currently, consumers and cities do not strongly demand this technology, but automakers are competing to develop this technology for the future "new heights", from hardware manufacturers to mobile travel service providers.
Recently, autopilot technology suffered setbacks on the road to a fatal accident at Tesla Motors, and Uber’s autopilot accident also occurred. However, this did not hinder the strong momentum of the development of autonomous driving.
On May 31, GM announced that the Softbank Vision Fund will invest $2.25 billion in GM Cruise Holdings, its self-driving car startup. This funding will provide support for the general commercialization of universal autonomy in 2019. At the same time, Waymo, the company’s own automated driving division, also announced a deeper partnership with Fiat Chrysler Motors to increase its driverless fleet to 62,000 small trucks.
The industry believes that autonomous driving will allow the entire society to face comprehensive reforms and reconstruct the human lifestyle. With the popularization of autopilot, people can live, work, and study in the car. People's concepts of time and space will be changed; the probability of accidents will be greatly reduced, and the automobile insurance and driving training industry will gradually disappear; the road will narrow, parking lots will decrease, and road signs The signal lights disappeared and the city was re-planned; the cost of logistics and transportation will drop, and the prices of commodities will also be lowered.