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Magna Chief Technology Officer Swamy Kotagiri recently spoke with Automotive News Europe about how the megasupplier is preparing for the move toward electric and autonomous cars. He also shared his thoughts on what Silicon Valley companies are learning as they get more involved in the auto industry. How is Magna getting ready for the move to electric cars?
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Selecting a term
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