magine a world where fleets of robo-taxis line highways that have no traffic lights, your kids don’t know what a combustion engine is, and your car can do your shopping. While this may sound more science fiction than reality, in some places right now these are facts and it won’t be long before they’re standard issue. With new regulations, the average CO2 emissions of a car are set to drastically decrease from 120g/km to 13g/km by 2050. Thirty years may sound like a long time but at the speed this industry is moving, blink and you’ll miss it. When we take it back to nuts and bolts, the move to e-mobility is a move from engines with roughly 4,500 parts to those with 400. That’s quite a gap to fill. On the bright side, these are the kinds of challenges we thrive on, and we think you can too.