Driver Assistance Systems to Become Standard, Say Experts

According to data from Goldman Sachs, 90% of new cars in the next decade will be equipped with ADAS. That means ADAS features might become standard in various vehicles before EVs become widely popular and that there will be rapid growth in the demand for chips and sensors driving the systems.

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