This year, Continental and the market and social research institute infas asked 6,000 people aged 18 and older in Germany, France, Norway, the USA, Japan, and China about their mobility needs both in everyday life and in relation to travel. The survey was carried out in May 2022.
The individual samples of 1,000 respondents per country are representative of the respective population. For China, the sample is representative of the urban population. The aim of the Continental Mobility Study is to obtain an internationally comparable overview of people's mobility behavior and their attitudes toward current and future mobility trends.
The Continental Mobility Study 2022 covered general mobility needs, attitudes toward sustainability aspects, especially electric mobility, and in-car technological developments. The survey also focused on many people’s concerns about the affordability of personal mobility and on the car as a possible shelter and place of retreat when travelling, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Central topics of the Continental Mobility Study 2022:
- The role of cars in today’s mobility
- Car ownership
- Affordability of personal mobility
- Attitudes toward electric cars
- Sustainable mobility
- In-car technology
Download the results as a PDF here Continental Mobility Study 2022 - pdf (18.27MB)