We all know the phrase “buy American.” But in our global world the lines are increasingly fuzzy.
In the case of automobiles it’s hard to decipher what an American car actually is. Is it a car made by an American manufacturer like Ford, GM, or Chrysler, but including parts from Europe? What if it’s put together in Canada or Mexico?
Or what about a car assembled in the United States, but on behalf of a foreign company, like Honda, or Toyota, or Mercedes-Benz?
Lake Effect's Dan Harmon interviews auto contributor Mark Savage.
The idea of a driverless car has always been the stuff of science fiction. Even George Jetson sat in the driver’s seat of his personal flying saucer. But it’s a technology that may well be on our doorstep.