They would keep them around as toys and fashion statements, although this doesn’t necessarily mean that these buyers would forgo autonomous cars. Ford is working on a driverless car
set to hit the roads in 2021, but despite a recent slackening in sales, the demand will never dry up. “I don’t believe fully autonomous cars will be on our roads in any big number for at least another decade. When it comes, it won’t come all at once. Driverless cars won’t be everywhere straight away.” This gap of time might be the last opportunity that muscle car fans have to purchase Mustangs and the like before they are consumed by self-driving cars and iron-tight fuel economy standards.