Self-driving cars will only last four years because they will be used so much, a Ford executive has predicted.
John Rich, operations chief of Ford Autonomous Vehicles, dismissed concerns that demand for cars would wane in the future.
“The thing that worries me least in this world is decreasing demand for cars. We will exhaust and crush a car every four years in this business,” he told The Telegraph.
The Detroit-headquartered car maker plans to establish an autonomous fleet which will be used as a service by other companies, to be used as delivery vehicles or to transport employees.