GM Chairman & CEO Mary Barra to Highlight the Future of Personal Mobility at 16th CAR-Symposium

Automotive industry undergoing biggest change in last 50 years

2016-02-08


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Rüsselsheim.  General Motors Chairman & CEO Mary Barra will deliver a keynote speech at the 16th CAR-Symposium in Bochum. In her address, Barra will talk about the future of personal mobility, which is already in full flow.

“The automotive industry will see more changes in the next five years than in the previous 50 years,” said Barra. “General Motors and Opel are well-positioned to lead this change, which will encompass everything from electric vehicles and seamless connectivity to car-sharing and ultimately autonomous driving.”

During her speech in the RuhrCongress in Bochum on Thursday, February 11, Barra will detail the steps that GM and Opel have taken to meet these exciting changes and opportunities.

The international CAR-Symposium, organized by recognized industry expert Professor Ferdinand Dudenhöffer, is one of the biggest events for representatives of the automotive industry in Germany and Europe with over 1,000 conference participants. Year after year leading executives from the industry do not miss the chance to appear there.

Keynote speaker: General Motors Chairman & CEO Mary Barra will talk about the future of personal mobility at the 16th CAR-Symposium in Bochum.

Keynote speaker: General Motors Chairman & CEO Mary Barra will talk about the future of personal mobility at the 16th CAR-Symposium in Bochum.

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