6 Car Brands That Will Capture The Future

If you love cars you may wonder what are the car brands that will capture the future.  Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find lots of interesting facts about this topic. As for me, I am not expert regarding to cars, but this article was very interesting to read. Check the article about cars with us!

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However, the 6 car brands that will capture the future will likely be the companies that have made cars since their inception. Unlike tech companies, whose expertise is not yet very established in automobiles, car makers have decades of experience in terms of mass production of vehicles and proprietary technology. And these automakers are actually working with tech giants in the push towards self-driving cars. Car makers’ infrastructure advantages (i.e., it would be easier for an automaker than a tech company to conceptualize a sedan from scratch) might provide a huge head-start in the self-driving race. For instance, Swedish car maker Volvo is well on its way to making a “death-proof” semi-autonomous vehicle in 2020, while conducting self-driving tests in Sweden, China, and the UK this year. And the car maker has done so with little of the drama and troubles that distract the tech giants.

Without a further ado, let’s see three brands from Insider Monkey’s list. Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) is investing $1 billion over the next five years in a Pittsburgh-based artificial intelligence company, Argo AI. The car maker that revolutionized the automobile industry a century ago is planning to roll its fully autonomous vehicles out onto the roads by 2021. In July 2016, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (ETR:BMW) partnered with computer chip giant Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) and self-driving technology startup Mobileye (which Intel is buying for around $15 billion) to develop a fully autonomous vehicle. BMW aims to mass-produce such a car in 2021. Nissan Motor Co Ltd (ADR) (OTCMKTS:NSANY), the car maker that gave us the Leaf electric car, tested autonomous driving technology in London in January 2017.  Nissan is planning to roll out a fully autonomous version of that vehicle in 2020.

For any further interesting information, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about the car brands that will capture the future

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