Internet giant and world dominator seeks lowly mortal automaker to further plans for supremacy in all spheres of existence.
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We've known for some time now that Americans are keeping their cars longer.
Getting your license at 16 years old, no conditions attached, is a thing of the past in most places.
Like Charles Darwin--or the myriad automotive nameplates at the beginning of the 20th century--cars are at a dramatic "survival of the fittest" moment.