How Tesla Disrupts the Auto Infotainment Supply Chain

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michaelmaloney   8/23/2018 1:56:40 AM

You know, this car is really starting to resemble a mobile entertainment room what with all of the media and infotainment that's being chucked into it. I mean of course it's the latest and the coolest gadget for anybody to own, not to mention eco-friendly since it's electric and all, but it's really starting to feel more like an appliance of a swiss-army knife to me at the moment. I really just need a car to get me from point A to B isn't it?

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