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avigant’s research report on the state of the self-driving car industry made waves when it was released earlier this week, with many sources writing headlines like “Detroit is kicking Silicon Valley’s ass in the race to build self-driving cars.” Every article seemed to agree: The main point was that traditional carmakers knew how to bolt together high-tech “mobility solutions” better than anyone else. Now, as our own Alex Roy points out, that may not be a fair assessment based on the methodology, since so much of Navigant’s findings were tied to production capability.

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avigant's research report on the state of the self-driving car industry made waves when it was released earlier this week, with many sources writing headlines like 'Detroit is kicking Silicon Valley's ass in the race to build self-driving cars.' Every article seemed to agree: The main point was that...