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Delphi CEO: The Aim Is To Cut Self-Driving Car Costs More Than 90% By 2025

The auto parts supplier Delphi Automotive — currently in the process of changing its name to "Aptiv Inc" — is aiming to reduce the costs of self-driving cars by over 90% by 2025, the company's CEO, Kevin Clark, revealed in a recent interview
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