Your Car May Be Smarter Than You
Gears and drive shafts have had their day in Detroit. Silicon chips and electronic systems are fast replacing many of the metal parts that were venerated by generations of automotive engineers. Microprocessors, intelligent systems, smart cars, and software--these are the keys to the future.
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