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Fiat Chrysler has joined BMW’s growing consortium of automakers, tech companies, and suppliers, all working together to accelerate the creation of semi-autonomous and driverless vehicles. Alongside Fiat and Chrysler, FCA owns the Jeep, Maserati, and Dodge car brands, covering almost all consumer vehicle sizes. That should allow the consortium to…

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Continental said on Tuesday it has joined the self-driving consortium led by BMW, created to accelerate the development of autonomous systems for vehicles. The addition of Continental fills the consortium with everything it needs to develop a fully operational self-driving car. The German company is the second largest supplier of…

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The self-driving car industry could be worth $7 trillion by 2050, according to a report published by Intel and Strategy Analytics. The report splits the estimate into three main revenue streams: $3.7 trillion into “consumer mobility-as-a-service” $3 trillion into “business mobility-as-a-service” $200 billion into in-vehicle applications and services Intel expects…

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