Electric Car, Drive Thyself: How Autonomous Systems and Plug-in Vehicles Will Converge

To date, few automakers are focusing on autonomous electric vehicles – but momentum is building. Automakers are beginning to combine two parallel approaches to automotive innovation, in driver assist and in plug-in vehicles – to make autonomous electric vehicles – but the benefits of doing so remain...

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