Autonomous vehicles: from the investment point of view

“Warren Buffett’s Berkshire acquires MyAssist in-car concierge service used by Mercedes, Ford.” in this January (1).The day after, the smart vehicles stock started to rise.

There are lots of people who are interested in autonomous vehicles investment. According to IHS Automotive (2), In their study, “Emerging Technologies: Autonomous Cars—Not If, But When,” they forecast total worldwide sales of self-driving cars will grow from nearly 230 thousand in 2025 to 11.8 million in 2035 – 7 million SDCs with both driver control and autonomous control and 4.8 million that have only autonomous control. In all, there should be nearly 54 million self-driving cars in use globally by 2035.

Now if you google autonomous vehicles, there are lots of things coming out. People are really interested into this subject. As more capital is rushing into this field, it is more likely that the autonomous vehicles will succeed in the future market.




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2 responses to “Autonomous vehicles: from the investment point of view

  1. Maybe we have to wait on the electric vehicles because maybe they go hand in hand? Don’t you think that when oil gets too expensive and the investors will start investing large amounts on electric vehicles they will also start have an eye for the autonomous car technology?

    • Exactly! Electric vehicles and other hybrid vehicles will be coming and becoming more dominant in the future market due to the resource pressure. Vehicles with renewable energy and autonomous cruise ability will bring us into the revolution of the automotive industry!

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