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What the future of the auto will look like

demand for cars in rapidly nations will mean a car industry in 20 years. The US will a piece of it – though smaller today – and the models it turns out be much greener as the iconic reinvents itself.

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Inside IDEA’s silver metal is plug-in hybrid that will power it an 100 miles on a gallon of gas. If Mr. has his way, thousands of these vans will soon be all across America. blocking lanes while their wait for someone – anyone! – to for these darn packages,

Years ago Waters worked on Motors ’ legendary EV1 electric car Now he’s president and CEO of Bright an Anderson, Ind.. start-up recruited many EV1 veterans to develop a new generation of hybrid and cars.

“It’s the wealth of experience of our that will make work,” he says.

One hundred and one after the debut of the Model T, the – and the iconic industry that it – may be on the cusp of changes as profound as any wrought by Henry Ford .

is in crisis. The Big Three is no more. In the of recession, GM’s and Chrysler ’s and Chrysler’s merger with the traditional Michigan -based now might better be called the Two and One-Half.

Meanwhile, a new generation of auto is rising, committed to building modes of transportation in new ways. scrambling for billions in government aid to jump-start production of vehicles burn little gasoline – or no at all.

Plus – and this sounds given the current emptiness of US – the auto industry may be about to see its growth spurt ever. nations choke on traffic, but in the of the world hundreds of millions of yearn for their first set of

Brazil. Russia. China. and Indonesia are among the rapidly countries where per capita are at or near the level at which ownership typically takes

Consulting firm Booz predicts the world will 1.5 billion cars in use in 2018, up 672 million today.

Who will those vehicles? What they look like? questions will help some of the industries of tomorrow, along with them, the of nations.

For now, new firms as China’s Geely and India’s are now rising to challenge the founding of the horseless carriage.

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