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How Volkswagen's $50 Billion Plan to Beat Tesla Short-Circuited

WSJ.com: WSJD - Technology

The car, however, didn't work as advertised. It could drive, turn corners and stop on a dime. But the fancy technology features VW had promised were either absent or broken. The company's programmers hadn't yet figured out how to update the car's software remotely. Its futuristic head-up display that was supposed to flash speed, directions and other data onto the windshield didn't function.


Ford Paves a Path From Big Automaker to Big Operating System

WIRED

In its 114-year history, Ford has been many kinds of automaker. Now the company that helped put a car (or two) in every garage wants to be something else altogether: an operating system.