From the BMW to the M G Mota, the motorized motorway connects to the highway

As the minimum to zero proximity to the body becomes more common, automotive labels are looking at ways to push their digital channels, most effectively and most effectively. Specialized marketing vehicles using party data, payment and digital financing and manufacturing processes that try to make the showroom experience are one of the ways that automotive brands retain their sporting reputation.

For example, Creta's latest production was made by Hyundai. We would like it to break down the network of minimum procurement routes, and the company has been working on a shopping center. It was tested in January by several dealers, and Hyundai commissioned it to operate fully after the closure as it sought to ensure unstable customer travel.

Not only Hyundai but other automotive companies are also looking to fix crimes on their digital routes.

According to a report by Facebook and KPMG (Eliminating roadway intersections to buy, 2018-19), a poor digital strategy means that more than two-thirds of the four tires are addressed. can the market not even enter the sales market.

The report also stated that nearly four out of five walkers and two out of three walkers who are aware of the go-ahead do not complete their purchase journey after they have started.

For Hyundai, improving payment and financing for the & # 39; Creta & # 39; was part of the plan before the start of the exercise, but all have been affected by the disaster, the process has become a looga suspect.

“Since launching in 2015, Creta has become the basis of the SUV for Indian purchasing,” said Tarun Garg, director of sales and marketing, Hyundai Motor India. For Hyundai, Creta sets the target as its market share has jumped from 11 percent in 2015 to 23 percent in 2019. Then all the stops have been pulled to ensure that nothing, even in a crisis, can collapse from the start.

The same power has pushed BMW's luxury car maker to offer a digital face for their entry-level SUV BMW X1 in India and Volkswagen India to make a direct start to the T-Roc. Rudratej Singh, president and CEO of BMW Group India said, "In today's context of corona stress and how it is, we would like to encourage people to use technology. We are turning the challenge into an opportunity to ensure people are safe. have, but they also have an interesting experience.

In the digital age, luxury car makers can greatly expand their reach several studies have shown. According to one Google and Kantar TNS, while all car purchases happen online, 90 percent of car buyers research online before they can foot their customers. As soon as they trade in procurement, 65 percent of car buyers continue to research their smartphones. This is true for both large companies and moneylenders.

For Volkswagen and BMW, digital forecasts may also continue to be discoverable in the future, given that the current catastrophe is likely to increase the impact of straight lines. Another company that cheats cars in the digital future is MG Motor. The company said it had completely compromised its registration and delivery system. In addition it assured all buyers. Gaurav Gupta, head of business, MG Motor India said, “At times like this, ensuring people’s well-being becomes paramount. Safety is our top priority, and through the & # 39; Defects & Delivery & # 39 ;, our focus is to keep the whole chain of value. "

However even as car companies look at ways to present the right weights, experts have several warnings. Customers want simplicity but are wary of the risks (confidential information, fake information) that connect digital channels.

Confidentiality remains a major concern for consumers in general, with 61 per cent surveyed indicating that they are much less likely to buy or use a product or service if companies use their personal data, ”found in a recent report. , & # 39; Consumer Trusts Digital Marketing & # 39; by Group M. In India, 58 percent of consumers say they are much less likely to buy or use a product or service if companies use their personal data, the report states. similar. Openness and expertise will emerge with significant differences reported by experts and this has led many companies to design personalized operations and interactions with potential buyers.