CARS

As much as we’ve come to en­joy hag­gling over rust proof­ing and war­ranties, there is a bet­ter way com­ing

Sharp - - EDITOR’S LETTER - By Matt Bub­bers

Buy­ing a car is about to change dra­mat­i­cally. Plus, learn­ing to ride a mo­tor­cy­cle, and the en­vi­able thrill of getting behind the wheel of the Lamborghini Aventador S, the world’s scari­est su­per­car.

BUY­ING A NEW CAR IS EX­CIT­ING, cer­tainly, but it’s also a chore. And it’s been done roughly the same way since Henry Ford said you could have any colour, so long as it’s black. Along with the elec­tri­fi­ca­tion of the au­to­mo­bile and the in­ven­tion of self-driv­ing cars, there is a third rev­o­lu­tion brew­ing in Auto World — and it’s likely to have the big­gest, most im­me­di­ate ef­fect on your car-own­ing life: the way we buy cars is about to change dra­mat­i­cally. Here’s a primer.

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