One thing clear in the race to develop autonomous vehicles is that no one company can go it alone. That’s why OEMs are entering sometimes strange-bedfellows relationships and heavily investing in startups. With the self-driving derby entering a critical stretch – OEMs including Ford, Nissan and Tesla promise fully autonomous vehicles by the beginning of the next decade – alliances are shifting, with much of it pivoting in the last week around two star startups: Aurora and ...

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