How Detroit is reinventing itself for a driverless age

America’s largest carmaker is preparing for a world where people don’t buy cars

 General Motors reveals the new Chevrolet Bolt concept to the media at the 2015 North American International Auto Show.
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America's largest carmaker is preparing for a world where people don't buy cars.

That's the buzz surrounding 107-year-old General Motors, which lately has made a series of unexpected and sprightly moves that signal its recognition of — and readiness to participate in — the country's radically changing car culture.

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