“Self-driving cars will push down prices for ride-sharing to insanely low levels.”

“When that happens, ride/car-sharing becomes more the norm, at least in urban areas. (Will buying a car one day be like buying a tractor?) Which means traveling in a car becomes more like traveling in an airplane or a bus — an on-demand experience that separates riders from manufacturers and their brands. In that world, the brands that matter most are the ones that sell you your tickets, operate the cars, and tell you how soon they will arrive.”

Source: Why GM + Lyft Is About the End of Car Brands | Andy Raskin | LinkedIn