Monthly Archives: November 2020

Monetizing the Connected Car: Part 1

Monetizing the Connected Car: Part 1

November 30, 2020 in Thought Leadership by Greg Ross, Connected Vehicles Practice Lead, motormindz Monetizing the Connected Car, Part 1 The Search for Data Monetization Begins at Home Ever since McKinsey and Company published its study, titled “Monetizing Car Data” in September of 2016, automotive OEM’s have been working to develop monetization opportunities from connected cars. Back then, …

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Will Lynk & Co Succeed Where Other OEM’s Have Failed?

Will Lynk & Co Succeed Where Other OEM’s Have Failed?

November 16, 2020 in Thought Leadership by Greg Ross, Connected Vehicles Practice Lead, motormindz Lynk & Co is a new sub-branded line of cars, formed as a subsidiary company of China-based Geely Auto Group, and launching with a hero vehicle based closely on the Volvo XC40 SUV. The brand launched in China in 2018 using a traditional dealer-based distribution system, but Lynk & Co proposes to use an all new …

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“Right to Repair” and the Connected Car

“Right to Repair” and the Connected Car

November 5, 2020 in Thought Leadership by Greg Ross, Connected Vehicles Practice Lead, motormindz Among all of the important decisions made on November 3, there was one in Massachusetts that may significantly affect auto dealers, manufacturers, independent repair shops and auto owners.  Question 1 on this year’s Massachusetts ballot expands existing “Right to Repair” laws in the Commonwealth …

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