The heart of the world's autonomous and connected car research isn't in Silicon Valley, it's at a University of Michigan research facility. Roadshow's new video series, 'Driving Detroit,' kicks off with an in-depth look at this groundbreaking future mobility cityscape.
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Cupertino and Mountain View may grab today's autonomous car headlines, but as Roadshow's new 'Driving Detroit' series shows, the nexus of self-driving mobility is in Michigan.