This video is a bit old now, but I couldn't see it anywhere on here. It's also a bit long, but well worth the watch. Very interesting comments in the question time about the auto industry and the slow moving behemoths that are the current major auto manufacturers. What really hit me is how much is now outsourced, which has led to a fundamental lack of capability and talent in most things other than engines at the auto manufacturers (particularly talent in electrical systems). Certainly explains why it has been so difficult for them to move to electric vehicles and why when an analyst says that the big auto makers could "build a Tesla competitor tomorrow if they wanted to", they are way off the mark.