Next Big Futures article The future of transportation is here.
The future is here now.
The car is the king.
It has dominated the automotive industry for over two centuries.
However, it will soon be replaced by the next big thing: a self-driving car.
And that’s why the world is so excited.
It’s a momentous change that is being driven by the technology behind it, autonomous vehicles, or AVs.
It will change the way we live, work, and play.
We’re about to see a revolution that is unprecedented in history.
And while it will take time, it’s an exciting time.
This is the story of how AVs will change transportation.
But first, the backstory.
How does AV technology work?
AVs are autonomous vehicles that have a steering wheel, pedals, and pedals, but don’t have any wheels, brakes, or brakeshubs.
They are a totally new type of car.
They’re small, light, and easy to use.
They can be driven in the garage, and are the safest cars in the world.
AVs can be used to make the transition from the old to the new, as well as the transition to electric vehicles.
In fact, AVs have been used in more than 150 countries.
They have a wide range of applications, including medical, automotive, and security.
They also have a potential to replace all of the cars in your household, even if you don’t own one.
But there are a few key differences that make them unique.
AV is a new type Of the automotive world, there are several types of cars: conventional, electrified, and autonomous.
A conventional car is a car that has a mechanical steering wheel.
It doesn’t have brakes, pedals or tires.
It is a vehicle with a wheel.
Automakers are currently developing autonomous vehicles.
These vehicles have no steering wheel or pedals.
They don’t even have a wheel at all.
They use computer vision, cameras, and radar to see what they are doing.
They know what to do, and can perform a certain task without having to think about it.
AV cars are a different breed of car, though.
They need a steering column to get going.
And their wheels need to be fixed in the center of the car, so that the driver can move the car.
AV vehicles have to have a control center, too, so they can perform certain functions, like turning and accelerating, without having any human input.
The steering wheel is a crucial element of the vehicle.
The AV controls it.
So is the steering column, the pedals, the tires, and the brake pedal.
In order to drive an AV, the steering wheel must be connected to the control center.
The control center is a device on the car that can do the steering.
This means that the control room of an AV must be built with a steering rack, which connects the steering hub to the steering shaft.
And the control hub connects to the driver’s steering wheel and the pedals.
It also connects to a computer, which then transmits commands to the AV, such as turning and acceleration.
These control systems connect the steering and pedals to the computer.
It does all the calculations for the AV.
The controls center is connected to a large battery, which the AV uses to charge itself.
When it needs to turn or accelerate, the batteries inside the control module charge.
The battery is usually made of lithium-ion, which is safe and has a high energy density.
Lithium-ion batteries are very small and are lightweight, which makes them very fast to charge.
This makes them ideal for use in the automotive environment.
Lithiaion batteries provide good energy density and are small, too.
So they have many uses.
They make batteries for smartphones and electric vehicles, and they can be found in every car.
Lithion batteries also are used in cellphones and laptops.
But the biggest use of lithium batteries is as a fuel source in electric vehicles like EVs.
Lithias lithium batteries are rechargeable.
When a battery is fully charged, it can hold nearly a full charge for many hours.
Lithios batteries are used for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), which are essentially plug-ins that can charge and recharge themselves.
Plug-in hybrids are electric vehicles that use lithium-sulfur batteries to store the electricity produced by the electricity grid.
EVs are vehicles that are not plug-inos.
Plugins use lithium ions to store energy.
Lithial batteries store electricity from the grid, so the battery must be constantly charged to ensure a steady supply of energy.
Plugons require a battery that is plugged in and charged constantly.
Lithiel batteries have no internal charge, so charging them requires constant maintenance.
A plugon is typically powered by solar panels that are located on the roof of the battery.
When the sun shines on the panels, the energy that is stored in the batteries is converted to electricity.
The plugon also