2020 should be a big year for autonomous vehicles and these three stocks are poised to pop
2020 will be the year autonomous driving really starts to take off.
But don’t expect to see driverless cars zooming around many of the roads in your neighborhood. Fully autonomous vehicles will only appear in a few, small parts of the country, with Alphabet’s (NASDAQ:GOOG,NASDAQ:GOOGL) Waymo, its partner Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT), Aptiv (NYSE:APTV) and General Motors’ (NYSE: GM) Cruise unit likely leading the way.
However vehicles with more limited autonomy have already begun to emerge in the U.S., and will become quite widespread by the fourth quarter. Among the vehicles in this category will be those with highly advanced driver-assistance systems, driverless cars or trucks used by companies to transport objects along fixed routes, and driverless cars used to transport people along fixed routes.
But towards the end of…