Ford is kicking off the second day of CES 2016 with a highly-anticipated keynote speech on Tuesday, January 5th at 7:30 AM EST.
The exact details of what President & CEO Mark Fields will unveil are still a secret, but experts believe that among the talking points are a self-driving car Ford has created in partnership with Google. The alliance will probably extend beyond the self-driving cars and end up incorporating “infortainment” systems within their other vehicles.
But like we said, we’re not sure what Ford’s got in store. The only way to find out for sure it to watch a live stream of the event, which CNet is gracefully providing for free.
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