Vehicles of the future will be very different from those running along our roads today. We are approaching a revolution that will make mobility an issue of flexibility, sustainability and intelligence, while still demanding speed, reduced weight and robustness.
Even only keeping the pace with what is being developed in this sector is difficult, as innovation will be born at the boundary between different disciplines that have since now worked in different frameworks and with different tools.
But young engineers will not only be called to keep the pace. Rather, the companies and the whole society will ask them to contribute with their talent to a change of paradigm unprecedented in the field: new materials, innovative combustion and electric powertrains, novel manufacturing and maintenance paradigms, on-board and connected intelligence, driver assistance, autonomous driving, fleet management, and much more will hit the process of designing, manufacturing and operating vehicles.