The First Self-Driving Car You Use Will Most Likely Carry Your Groceries, Not You

Major companies like Ford, Toyota, Google, and Apple are all investing in autonomous vehicles, and a new report from the audit, tax, and advisory firm KPMG predicts another function for them in addition to chauffeuring people: delivering groceries.

According to the report, e-commerce in the US has doubled in the past 10 years and is expected to double again in the next five. And while today, online grocery store sales only make up 2 to 4.3 percent of the market, the Food Marketing Institute predicts that online grocery sales will reach $100 billion by 2022, or about 20 percent of the grocery retail market…[READ MORE]

Source: The First Self-Driving Car You Use Will Most Likely Carry Your Groceries, Not You | vox.com

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