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      The 2020 Mobility Study
      Electric Mobility & changes in mobility due to the coronavirus.
      The 2018 Mobility Study
      Mobility of tomorrow – where will the road take us? Study regarding requirements for the future of mobility.
      Mobility Study 2016
      Competition, environmental regulations, digital technologies, new players in the transport Business – the transport industry is not short of challenges, as the fourth Continental Mobility Study shows.
      Mobility Study 2015
      How significant is driving worldwide? In the future, will the motives behind mobility be more rational than emotional? These are some core questions of the Continental Mobility Study 2015.
      Mobility Study 2013
      Findings to the acceptance of advanced driver assistance systems and automated driving.
      Mobility Study 2011
      Results of the international Continental Mobility Study 2011 with a focus on electromobility.

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