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Volkswagen Is Wrong To Think Self-Driving Cars Will Kill SUVs

Volkswagen’s head of design, Klaus Bischoff, recently claimed that autonomous cars would be the beginning of the end of the current SUV and crossover trend, according to AutoExpress. It’s a surprising statement to be made this early in the autonomous evolution, and he just might be wrong. Read more...
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