OEM EV and “Level 3+” AV Commitments

OEM EV and “Level 3+” AV Commitments

Proof Point

Global OEMs committed autonomous vehicle (AV) launches as early as 2017, along with introduction of more electric vehicle (EV) models over next 10 years

OEM EV and “Level 3+” AV Commitments

as of September 2017

Proof Point Findings

  • Commercial AV Launch – Majority of big OEMs, such as Hyundai, Honda, Audi, Toyota, Ford, BMW, Daimler committed commercial release of vehicles with at least level 3 autonomy between 2020 and 2021, with Volvo, GM and Tesla planning earlier launch between late 2017 and 2019
  • Later AV Release – Jaguar Land Rover one of major OEMs to commit late AV launch, beginning in 2024
  • Electric and Hybrid Cars Only – Volvo announced production of electric and hybrid cars only beginning in 2019, with Jaguar Land Rover following initiative by 2020
  • Electric Versions for Existing Models – Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen planning to launch electric versions for all existing models beginning in 2022 and 2030, respectively
  • Increased Share of Electric Vehicles – Audi committed 30% of sales fully or partially electrified by 2025, Daimler announced up to 25% of production to be electrified by 2025, and Honda committed two-thirds of all vehicles electrified by 2030
  • New Electric Vehicle Models – Other major OEMs planning to launch new EV models over next decade, such as Ford (13), GM China (10), Hyundai (8), and BMW (12)



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Date Last Updated

October 17, 2017

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