You realize it is just a matter of time that the virtual world is going to take over. You will not know the difference between real and an image projected in front of you. You can’t stop progress.
News came yesterday that Cadillac is going to establish dealership showrooms in the future without one main ingredient, cars.
This should be interesting.
President Johan de Nysschen said in the Wall Street Journal that Cadillac was looking for dealers in their 924 dealer network who were willing to set up showrooms where buyers can learn about automobiles by wearing virtual reality headsets. No need to get behind the wheel. Just imagine the sensation.