Reuters Events Launches Car of the Future 2021
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Reuters Events Launches Car of the Future 2021

Reuters Events announces the Car of the Future 2021, June 14-15. This online meeting brings together automotive C-suite leaders who will share their strategies to transform their business through technology, transitioning to a fully electric and zero fatalities autonomous future. 

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Car of the Future 2021 prioritizes the issues that matter most to the automotive industry and stakeholders — and focuses on the areas that automakers are striving to create a more sustainable, safer and autonomous future.  

Senior executives confirmed:  

  • Sajjad Khan, Member of the Board of Management, Mercedes-Benz AG, Executive Vice President Mercedes-Benz Cars CASE 
  • Ken Washington, Chief Technology Officer, Ford Motor Company 
  • Carla Gohin, Research & Innovation Senior Vice President, Stellantis 
  • Henrik Green, Chief Technology Officer, Volvo Cars 
  • José Muñoz, Global Chief Operating Officer, Hyundai Motor Company, President and CEO Hyundai Motor North America  
  • Henrik Fisker, CEO, Fisker Inc. 
  • Michelle Avary, Head of Automotive and Autonomous Mobility, The World Economic Forum 
  • Brian Latouf, Chief Safety Officer, Hyundai Motor North America 
  • Karl Iagnemma, President and CEO, Motional 
  • Stefan Gudmundsson, Chief Innovation Officer, Karma Automotive  
  • Thomas Mueller, Executive Vice President ADAS, Autonomous Driving at Car Software Organisation, Volkswagen 

Some of the key discussions at Car of the Future 2021: Electrification Roadmap, Securing and Accelerating the ROI of EVs, Challenge & Innovations in Battery Technology, Enabling the AV Revolution, The Road to Full Automation and Driving Evolution on ADAS – Are We Ready for Level 4? 


“The automotive industry is dramatically changing,” said Brenda Staines, senior project director at Reuters Events. “Electrification, driverless cars and digitalization are just a few disruptions that automakers are facing. OEMs must act now by innovating and embracing a digitally forward and lower carbon future to stay ahead of the market. This OEM exclusive meeting provides a platform to address the most pressing challenges that the industry is facing to deliver safer and more sustainable cars.”  

The latest agenda, along with the up-to-date speaker lineup, can be seen here. Registrations to Car of the Future are open. OEMs can register their complimentary pass here.  

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