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Key Passenger Car OEMs to Launch More than 100 Micro-Mobility Vehicles

As the cost of congestion globally inches toward the $1 trillion mark, key economies—including Europe, North America, Japan and China, among others—prepare for a green-commute blueprint. Sixteen of the key automotive OEMs are working on more than 110 models, with approximately 50 models already production-ready. The remaining 60 models are in the concept stage, but expected to become production-ready by 2020. The emergence of such micro-mobility models is expected to fight congestion, ease parking space identification, and aid in faster and greener commutes in crowded city centers.
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