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Design house Italdesign and Airbus offered a glimpse of a possible future solution to traffic congestion at the Geneva auto show.
Italdesign is famous for designing cars for automotive customers. So when designing a car for individual customers, it followed the same route: Show them the design and ask what changes they'd make.
Mercedes will contribute to the glitz at the Geneva auto show, while Italdesign, Audi's design and engineering subsidiary, will present a vehicle that takes shared individual mobility to new heights.
Italdesign and aircraft manufacturer Airbus are working on a futuristic car whose upper body can be airlifted by a drone and flown above traffic congestion.
Automakers take case to new EPA boss; Poll puts Takata reputation on 'critical' list; Smoother CUE?; New Range Rover model: Velar; Benz dealers get a break; 'One price' expansion.
GM-PSA deal approved, report says; Mercedes fire risk; Mobility matters: Infiniti loads Q50 with autonomy tech, GM's Maven offers monthly reservations, Where drones meet flying cars.
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