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With a little help from ride-hailing and self-driving technology, electric cars could be poised to shake up the auto industry as dramatically as Apple's iPhone did to the mobile phone world 10 years ago.
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Ford, Volvo use Spanish tech show to target younger buyersFeb. 22, 2016
Ford and Volvo are using this week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona as a showcase for their advanced technologies as part of a growing trend for automakers to appear at tech shows in a bid to woo younger buyers.
'IPhone of cars' in self-assembly kits is French entrepreneur's Vegas betJan. 6, 2016
GM and Mercedes-Benz say the next generation of cars will be self-driving and super-connected. A French entrepreneur is betting they'll also come in kits. The cube-shaped vehicles made by France Craft are shipped in a kit and have safety clearance to hit the road in Europe as long as they're assembled by a professional mechanic.