Cleaner. Safer. Smarter. Formed by the 2020 combination of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (Auto Alliance) and the Association of Global Automakers (Global Automakers), Auto Innovators is dedicated to propelling the unprecedented innovation that will make our lives better. Driven by the collective energy of the world’s multi-faceted auto industry, we are on the leading edge of transforming personal mobility, in a cleaner, safer, and smarter manner.
Auto Innovators Launches Event Platform, Announces November Summit
Get Connected: Electric Vehicle Quarterly Report
Auto Innovators Releases Innovation Agenda
Auto Innovators Release AV Roadmap
COVID-19 and The Industry: Unified Action in Unprecedented Times
Reading The Meter: State of the Industry Report
Transforming Mobility: The Auto Innovators Summit is now available to watch on-demand! The Summit, held virtually November 3 - 4, 2021, brought together the companies, innovators, policy leaders, and forward thinkers driving the future of personal mobility. WATCH NOW!.
Autos2050®, a project of the Alliance for Automotive Innovation, is a future-focused initiative designed to support and showcase the auto industry’s continued evolution. Through multiple formats, including forums, podcasts, and our signature event, Transforming Mobility: The Auto Innovators Summit, our programs deliver the latest cleaner, safer, smarter mobility insights and trends.
To the casual observer, it may seem that the rapid development and adoption of electric vehicles may have happened overnight. In reality, this transformation has taken many years to unfold, not to mention many twists and turns. In this episode, host John Bozzella talks with Professor John Graham of the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University about how we have arrived at this point. Dr. Graham explains the various influences that have played a role and will continue to play a role in the proliferation of EVs.
The greater automobile industry extends well beyond the iconic names of auto companies familiar to us all. Auto manufacturing depends on thousands of companies supplying parts, components and materials, as well as a vast retail and vehicle maintenance network. The greater industry supports roughly 10 million American jobs – delivering not just vehicles, but billions in paychecks to workers.
Innovation Through Technology
COVID-19 Industry Response
The nation’s largest manufacturing sector, the auto industry, remains focused on ensuring our workforce and customers are safe and have a path to economic recovery. We strongly support initiatives to help those affected by the current public health and economic situation while returning the economy to full strength.
See the latest updates on the legislative, regulatory, and other policy issues affecting the auto industry.