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Expect 15 percent of car sales in 2030 to be autonomous

By Faiming_low on 06 Jan 2016 in Other News

Attached Image According to a US consulting firm, 15 percent of all car sales will be for autonomous cars by 2030 as the younger generations get less interested in driving. The study, done by McKinsey & Company, claims the rise of driverless car technology, increased popularity of car-pooling and the rapidly expanding market of electric vehicles for the figures.

The report goes on to claim that vehicle ownership in America's densely populated areas is falling as fewer young people are taking their driving licenses. Also, the firm reckons that by 2030, 10 percent of the new cars could be used as car pooling vehicles in the US.

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