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Audi investing $15.9 billion a year into self-driving electric cars

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Premium car brand Audi is to invest $79.5 billion dollars over the next five years in self-driving electric cars.

Added on the 05/12/2018 15:10:13 - Copyright : BANG Showbiz

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