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New Automotive Cloud Innovations Turbocharge Connected Vehicle and Customer Experiences with AI and Automation

Editor’s Note: AI Cloud, Einstein GPT, and other cloud GPT products are now Einstein. For the latest on Salesforce Einstein, go here.

  • Artificial intelligence, automation, and real-time data give auto companies a single view of their entire ecosystem to improve experiences in the car, online, and at the dealership
  • Major car manufacturers and auto financing leaders like Stellantis Financial Services are using Automotive Cloud to enhance and simplify dealer and consumer experiences
  • Salesforce plans Einstein GPT integration as partner Conversica brings generative AI integration to Automotive Cloud

New Automotive Cloud features announced today help automotive companies increase productivity, revenue, and customer loyalty. With Automotive Cloud, automotive companies can deliver immersive, in-car experiences powered by real-time personalization and build truly connected experiences at every customer touch point, whether they are driving, buying, or servicing their vehicle. 

Significance: Sixty-eight percent of consumers report plans to reassess their spending with automotive brands over the coming year amid a tightening economy and high inflation. Delivering connected car experiences will be key for automotive brands, as 72% of consumers report that digitization has increased their satisfaction with the car buying process and 37% of consumers worldwide reported they would switch car brands for better connectivity.

Context: Automotive Cloud uses the full power of the Customer 360 to pair best-in-class apps with out-of-the-box solutions containing industry-specific data models and processes. Now, automotive companies can create a single view of the entire customer and vehicle lifecycle with intelligent, automated, and real-time technology.

Now automotive companies can create a single view of the entire customer and vehicle lifecycle with intelligent, automated, and real-time technology.

With Inventory Management, users can search and segment retail and inventory data to better manage inventory and shortages.

What’s new: New capabilities coming to Automotive Cloud include:

  • Automotive Cloud Intelligence will leverage Salesforce Einstein AI and CRM Analytics to provide real-time intelligence and actionable insights across the auto ecosystem – like vehicle inventory and dealer performance – to make faster, more informed decisions and improve profitability with features like Parts Forecasting, Lead Scoring, and Inventory Analysis
  • Automotive Cloud also increases efficiency with automation. With new capabilities like Warranty Lifecycle Management, complex warranties can be created and managed easily. And, by automating the claims process, service teams can get claims approved quickly.
  • And, with Salesforce Data Cloud and MuleSoft, automakers can process and integrate real-time vehicle, customer, and retail data with Automotive Cloud to deliver more personalized connected car and customer experiences.
  • With Inventory Management, business users will be able to search and segment retail and network inventory data to track sales performance and manage shortages with the ability to easily transfer inventory across their networks.
  • The new Experience Cloud for Automotive Cloud will create connected, personalized digital experiences, fast. It also helps auto companies collaborate more efficiently with ecosystem partners – like dealers and agents – and empower consumers with new features like Scheduler for Automotive that makes it easy to set up test drives, service appointments, and more, with just a few clicks.
With Warranty Lifecycle Management, users can create and manage complex warranty programs, easily


  • “Automotive Cloud creates endless possibilities with a comprehensive, real-time data foundation that enables automotive companies to do everything from powering the rise of software-defined vehicles, to creating new revenue streams, to delivering faster, easier, and more personalized consumer experiences at every interaction. By layering in powerful AI, analytics, and automation, automotive companies can drive efficiency and growth, improve strategic decision-making, and free up time and resources.” – Achyut Jajoo, SVP and GM of Automotive and Manufacturing, Salesforce 
  • “Automotive Cloud will help us realize our vision faster. With out-of-the-box capabilities tailor-made for the industry, we don’t have to waste valuable time and resources custom building the solutions we need. Instead, we can focus on increasing collaboration with our dealer partners while maximizing the value we deliver to them, and providing a more personalized experience for our consumers.” – Ryan Miller, Chief Digital Officer, Stellantis Financial Services, which provides innovative and flexible financing options for Stellantis brands that include Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep®, Ram, FIAT and Alfa Romeo

What’s coming next:

  • In the near future, Automotive Cloud will take advantage of Einstein GPT and conversational AI to help automotive companies engage customers in hyper-personalized ways and do things like recommend best next-steps and new products and services based on a customer’s unique needs.
  • Salesforce partner Conversica has launched a new, pre-built generative AI integration, available now on AppExchange. AI-powered digital assistants engage and move buyers through the sales process, help build campaigns, and more.

Learn more:

  • Learn more about Salesforce Automotive Cloud here
  • Hear how Salesforce will power the future of software-defined vehicles from Achyut Jajoo, SVP & GM of Manufacturing & Automotive at Salesforce, here
  • See how Automotive Cloud is supercharging connected vehicle and customer experiences here
  • Read Salesforce’s Trends in Automotive Report here
  • See how Salesforce partners and global consulting leaders Capgemini, Deloitte Digital, and PwC believe Automotive Cloud will redefine the customer experience here 

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