Looking for the automotive industry and/or mobility content on the internet? Want to see what’s happening in the industry? 
You have come to the right place.

Automotive-and-mobility.com is an automotive industry and mobility curation website filled by news from OEMs, suppliers and industry blogs around the globe. On top of this it is a personal automotive blog writing about future mobility, technology and the market.

The website is just in progress of being build – please stay tuned if it’s not 100% working in its current version.
It’s a private blog project by Stefan Mueller.

What you can expect on automotive-and-mobility.com

There are two main reasons for visiting automotive-and-mobility.com:

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Daily News Feed

Our engine is running day and night to collect relevant industry news from sources all around the globe. The news sites of the first OEMs and suppliers are already connected, but currently showing only the headlines. We will work on that to really deliver 100% relevant content directly on our site.

The selection of different feeds and sources will grow throughout the next weeks and will be published as well.

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Weekly Blog

The second pillar of automotive-and-mobility.com are blog articles covering relevant aspects of future mobility, current trends in automotive technologies and looking at what’s happening on the market(s).

We intend to add at least one article every week. As it’s only a hobby, we can’t promise to fulfill that goal each and every week.

We hope you like it.

About me

My name is Stefan and automotive-and-mobility.com is my private blog project.

I am 40 years old, married, have one kid and the automotive industry is determining my whole business life for meanwhile >16 years. After a career at a medium sized automotive supplier, my way brought me into consulting.

Since 2011, I am working at BearingPoint management & technology consulting with Automotive clients around the world. Most of the time, I help them to successfully run IT projects and “translate” between business requirements and IT possibilities across a lot of processes and functions (production, logistics, controlling, QM, product development, sales, after sales etc.).

Just get in touch if you have any question.
I am looking forward to any exchange.