The future of cars isn’t looking bright.

In fact, we know from our experience with Tesla that the technology that powers a car is not only expensive, but often unreliable.

So what does that mean for you as a car enthusiast?

Here are five ways cars of tomorrow will be different in the next decade.1.

Car sharing cars.

Car-sharing services are a promising new option for the automotive industry that has the potential to drastically change the way people and businesses get around.

Carpooling and sharing services will be more accessible than ever before, and it will be easier for everyone to get to work or school with a car they own.

We’re excited to see where this tech takes us in the years ahead.2.

Personal transport cars.

For decades, mass transit has been the main mode of transportation for many people in the United States, but with the advent of autonomous cars, people are moving more and more of their lives from car to car.

That’s exciting for transportation companies like Uber and Lyft, who are building cars that allow people to stay connected and connected to the people they care about most.3.

Transportation for the future.

We are seeing the arrival of new transportation technologies, including ride sharing, self-driving cars, and driverless trucks.

Some of these technologies may disrupt the way we travel in the near future.

But there’s no reason we can’t find ways to enjoy our favorite activities in our favorite cars.4.

Cars for everyone.

The future is one where the cars of the future will be built by people, with the goal of making them affordable and accessible for everyone, no matter their income level.

That means cars built by low-income people, people with disabilities, and people living in developing countries will be able to afford cars of their own.5.

Cars of the past.

The most successful cars of all time were the ones built by pioneers and innovators.

It’s time to rethink our expectations for the technology and how we want to live in the car of the next century.

We need to remember that the car has always been a tool, a place to meet people, and a way of life.

Cars aren’t going away anytime soon, and that means we have to be ready for the change.