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An auto exec who was ahead of the curve on electric cars explains what he sees as the biggest opportunity in the self-driving industry

In some ways, Tony Posawatz is the forgotten man of the electric-car revolution. The longtime auto executive oversaw the launch of the Chevy Volt in 2011, ushering in a critical transitional vehicle. The Volt served up about 50 miles of all-electric range before switching to a small gas motor to make more juice, overcoming “range anxiety” and delivering an impressive 420-mile run on a full tank of gas.

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