With the industry 100% focused on the pivot to electric vehicles, we are committing our thinking, resource and smart manufacturing solutions to accelerating the evolution and adoption of eMobility.

Paolo Guglielmini

President, Manufacturing Intelligence division, Hexagon

Your industry is going 100% electric. Let us help you get there quicker.

Electrification is the biggest disruption to the automotive industry in decades. It is challenging industry norms from consumer demand through to manufacturing operations and even sales models. New players are taking advantage of lower barriers to entry and gaining advantage from agile development techniques and emerging technologies. Just as electric vehicles (EVs) reimagine the concept of a vehicle, so the industry must reimagine the way it operates to remain relevant in the electric world. 


The shift to EVs is an opportunity to break away from traditional volume-based approaches and embrace the benefits of smart manufacturing. Research from Wards Intelligence suggests that smart manufacturing, not scale, may be the key to success in the electric vehicle pivot. Download your copy of the report here to learn more. 

100%EV is powering toward a new EV future

EVs are predicted to represent a third of the automotive market by 2025 and 51% by 2030. But we believe the automotive industry can make this shift even faster, and we want to support your efforts to do so. This is why Hexagon has created 100%EV – to help accelerate electrification.


Meet tomorrow's EV demands today

With consumer awareness of sustainability and environmental issues rising, and fast-moving technology culture fuelling anticipation of the digitally-connected cars of the future, interest in EVs has never been higher.

At the same time, environmental targets are driving dynamic regulatory change in the automotive industry. Seventy-three countries have announced 100% net-zero CO2 targets by 2050, but globally shared targets are a long way off. Many OEMs also have their own EV targets in place – all increasing the demands on designers working to meet the needs of each local market.

Manufacturers understand that to offer consumers the choice, technology, quality and comfort they desire, there will need to be a greater variety of electric vehicles. They also recognise the potential of EVs to simplify vehicle technology and are targeting the creation of multiple new modular platforms that maximise the benefits of removing some of the physical constraints of conventional vehicles.  

The EV market requires more vehicle variety and lower volumes, a rethink of established industry models

EVs are seen as the forerunners to the digitally-connected cars of the future

Estimated EV markt growth(% new sales)

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Source: Boston Consulting Group, 2020


For OEMs and suppliers to successfully switch from established processes, or for new entrants to gain traction in the market, a more intelligent, integrated approach to EV development from design through to manufacture is required. That’s where Hexagon can help. We’ve created 100%EV to accelerate your successful transformation. We aim to offer a new set of smart manufacturing technologies for eMobility, blending our experience in automotive design and engineering, production and metrology to help you make the journey toward 100%EV faster and more cost-effective.  

With our expertise and deep knowledge of best practices from automotive, electronics and other key industries, together we will make the production of electric vehicles easier, increasing your productivity, lowering your costs and reducing time to market. Our holistic approach will benefit your bottom line, the customer experience and the environment, the result being a smarter, more sustainable world for us all. 

A mix of global targets and aspirations need to be aligned



25% of vehicles to be electric



23-33% electric passenger vehicles



California (USA)
No new gasoline or diesel powered passenger cars



100% electric passenger vehicles

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