How Autonomous Vehicles Will Challenge Traditional Supply Chains

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While most players in the automotive industry believe that autonomous cars, with varying degrees of autonomy, will soon see the light of day, a study by McKinsey & Company indicates that only up to 15% of new cars will be autonomous by 2030. For decades to come, then, automakers will be producing both autonomous and traditional cars simultaneously.

This dual production won’t seem like a significant issue until people realize how fundamentally different autonomous vehicles are.