The demands of future mobility and the instruments used to satisfy them will be very different from those of today.

We will have fewer private vehicles, and more shared modes of transport. Above all, we will have vehicles which will not only transport us, but which will allow us to do things that are hard even to imagine nowadays – they will be hyper-connected with the outside world. They will have clean and intelligent drive systems. All of these changes set enormous challenges from a scientific, technological, industrial and, above all, cultural point of view. Our sector is facing a transition period of historical importance. Magneti Marelli has the resources to play a lead role in this change: the people, the knowledge and the skills. We want to bring all of these resources into play, in order to be at the head of the innovation race. For us, sustainability is all of this. It is neither a limit nor a constraint, but rather an extraordinary opportunity to do what we do in the best possible manner, contributing to making a better future for all.