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Benedikt Kloss

Associate Partner, Frankfurt

Driving future ground mobility and advanced air mobility topics with organizations across the whole mobility ecosystem

Benedikt

Benedikt is an associate partner at the firm’s Frankfurt office and member of the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility (MCFM). Since joining the firm as a consultant in 2016, he works primarily in the MCFM with focus on advanced air mobility, micromobility, and autonomous driving. He coleads the McKinsey’s advanced air mobility and micromobility initiatives in Europe.

Recent examples of his work include the following:

  • evaluating market potential of autonomous flying taxis and go-to-market strategy for a leading European premium OEM
  • quantifying future urban aerial-mobility use cases and business models for a flying car start-up and Asian automotive OEM
  • assessing the drone-delivery market, which includes regulation, competitive landscape, and market size in the United States
  • evaluating the shared mobility-market development and business opportunities for a leading investment company
  • assessing the micromobility opportunity for a leading mobility group
  • quantifying the impact of new mobility on future car sales for a European automotive supplier
  • developing the autonomous driving, connected cars, electrified vehicles, and shared mobility strategy (ACES) for an automotive OEM
  • evaluating future mobility-business opportunities for a leading oil and gas company
  • analyzing the future autonomous-driving market development, impact of automated vehicles (AV) on cities and closed, confined areas (like airports, ports, or factories), potential AV business models, and go-to-market strategies for a German automotive supplier

Published work

Why micromobility is here to stay,” McKinsey & Company, December 2021

Advanced air mobility in 2030,” McKinsey & Company, November 2021

Sizing the mobility market opportunity in Turkey,” McKinsey & Company, November 2021

Shared mobility: Where it stands, where it’s headed,” McKinsey & Company, August 2021

Up in the air: How do consumers view advanced air mobility?,” McKinsey & Company, June 2021

Right in your backyard: Regional airports are an accessible and underused resource for future air mobility,” McKinsey & Company, May 2021

Mobility’s future: An investment reality check,” McKinsey & Company, April 2021

The future of micromobility: Ridership and revenue after a crisis,” McKinsey & Company, July 2020

ACES 2019 survey: Can established auto manufacturers meet customer expectations for ACES?,” McKinsey & Company, February 2020

Micromobility: Industry progress, and a closer look at the case of Munich,” McKinsey & Company, November 2019

Change vehicles: How robo-taxis and shuttles will reinvent mobility,” McKinsey & Company, June 2019

Start me up: Where mobility investments are going,” McKinsey & Company, April 2019

Micromobility’s 15,000-mile checkup,” McKinsey & Company, February 2019

Mobility’s future: an investment reality check,” Automotive World, December 2020

I get around: start-ups gain traction in mobility,” Automotive World, December 2019

Dark Photon Search in the Mass Range Between 1.5 and 3.4 GeV/c2,” Physics Letters B 774, 252 (2017), September 2017

Measurement of the e+e- → π+π- cross section between 600 and 900 MeV using initial state radiation,” Physics Letters B 753, 629 (2016), 2016

Measurement of the leptonic decay width of J/ψ using initial state radiation,” Physics Letters B 761, 98 (2016), September 2016

Past Experience

Institute for Nuclear Physics
Research associate

Education

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
PhD, physics

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
BS, physics