AD #1762 – Ford Tests Ride Sharing Program, Continental’s Self-Tinting Windows, GM Uses Wind to Build SUVs

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- Ford Tests Ride Sharing Program - Ford Invests Billions into EV RandD - GM Using Wind Power to Build SUVs - Continental’s Self-Tinting Windows - Chevy Malibu Posts Some Interesting #’s - You Said It! NACTOY Edition

On today's show Ford dumps billions indeed EVR indie continental extends even driving range with a new type of glass and General Motors uses wind power to build big SUVs. All that more coming right up on on a line. This is out of line daily for December 11 of 2015. As we keep telling you mobility services are a huge threat to the automotive industry as we know it. If more people are sharing cars fewer will be buying one. And that's why Ford is experimenting with its own ride sharing solutions. It just launched a pilot program and its Dearborn Michigan campus. To provide its employees with an on demand shuttle service. The company is using for transit fans that have been modified to carry 6 to 8 passengers offer free white ...

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