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Why Silicon Valley Won’t Be the Green Car Detroit

October 21st, 2010 10:48 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

thecarchik writes “NPR boldly pronounced, ‘The new automobile of the 21st century is likely to benefit from the culture of Silicon Valley, where people are used to taking a chip, a cell or an idea and working on it until it becomes something big.’ We’ve thought about it for a year, and discussed it with many people. And we don’t believe it. Silicon Valley is the wrong place to build an auto industry, for three main reasons.”

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