Since the first gasoline-powered car was invented in the 1800s, cars have constantly evolved. But now a revolution is underway. Technology is delivering what once seemed like science fiction – from built-in collision avoidance systems to self-driving cars.
For investors, these technology firms create a myriad of opportunities to to participate in trends that will shape the auto industry for decades into the future.
View the “The Evolution of Automobiles” for a compelling infographic that illustrates how global companies are transforming every feature of cars, from their headlamps to rear bumpers.
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