Tag: Thomas Göttle

Sep 28, 2017 - 08:19 am

James Dyson, Thomas Goettle.

“We know it’s a crowded market. But if you produce a product that has tech that’s genuinely better, that product people want, then it’s possible to make money.”

James Dyson’s self-confidence is as enormous as the step from the vacuum cleaner business to the electric vehicle market seems to be (see article above). The founder of Dyson expects his new EV unit to get bigger than the other company divisions quite quickly.

“At the Frankfurt show, there were a lot of people more positive about electric cars. The future is much clearer now, much more focused. Everyone is getting on the boat now.”

Thomas Goettle, lead automotive analyst at PA Consulting, puts into words what a lot of IAA participants and visitors perceived as well: Electrification reached the centre of the auto industry’s attention.

Sep 18, 2017 - 10:56 am

Thomas Goettle, Ralf Speth.

“Carmakers need to pick one death.”

Said Thomas Goettle, head of PA Consulting’s automotive team, who believes the three German carmakers will either have to face fines for not complying with emission regulation and thus lose any claim on technological leadership or “they need to swallow the higher cost of electric cars.”

“Where is the network of charging points that we will be required? Indeed where is the power and the grid?”

Wonders Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth and is calling on Britain to worry about its infrastructure prior to the intended mass-uptake of electric cars.

Mar 26, 2015 - 10:04 am

Bertrand Piccard, Thomas Goettle.

Bertrand-Piccard“To be very honest, I don’t care so much about the airplane industry. My goal on this project is to bring these technologies and the spirit of innovation to the world on the ground.”

Bertrand Piccard, who is currently flying the ‘Solar Impulse’ around the world here proves himself to be a true pioneer with a cause.

anonym“Our analysis shows that all car makers need to maintain a real focus on meeting their targets. They should be looking to reduce vehicle weights, developing more efficient or alternative powertrains and engines, as well as securing a bigger share of smaller, hybrid and electric vehicles in their fleet.”

Thomas Goettle, automotive expert at PA Consulting Group, that has just issued a report stating the European carmakers will struggle to meet EU emission targets and possibly face fines due to failure to comply.



Found on electrive.com
28.09.2017 08:59