More Michigan and Israeli high-tech companies are integrating their operations to drive new mobility platforms. A greater influx, still to come, will support the auto industry in formerly unimagined ways.
Ford’s recent acquisition of Michigan Central Station supercharges plans for a $740-million R&D mobility campus in Detroit’s Corktown district, which has already started with the opening of The Factory. How will it all come together?
Not since Detroit absorbed California hot-rod culture have the Motor City and the Golden State embraced each other so tight. The quest to perfect self-driving cars and find innovative mobility solutions made it happen. Is this the biggest story in American business?