Most Americans love their cars and even pamper them.
We rely upon our beloved cars to get us to work and to get us to the beach or up into the mountains for hiking, and treasure them for the freedom and independence they can provide.
With the arrival of autonomous vehicles, some suggest that we all will eventually not care about which car we are in as they will be owned by large companies that deploy them in fleets.
Others say that we’ll still love our cars, relishing them for the freedoms they provide, and personalization will no longer be tied to a specific car, but instead become an emotional bond across whole fleets of driverless cars.
Read the article at Forbes.