Scientists, experts and epidemiologists are working around the clock these days in order to combat the pandemic in an effective way. A significant part of their job consists in understanding how the virus could spread so quickly and exponentially in just a few months. Most analyses point out that mobility played a key role in the expansion of COVID-19. While we move by train, bus, car or plane, the virus does so by human transport. As its favorite choice of vehicle, we have to reflect on how we should move in these times of pandemic and how we will continue to do so once this crisis ends. Will the “new normality” bring about a new paradigm in the world of mobility? How will the automotive sector experience this transformation?