At the 2016 Code Conference, Ford CEO Mark Fields talked with Recode's Kara Swisher and Peter Kafka about whether we're seeing the beginning of the end for private car ownership. Here's the full video of the interview.
And via our podcast Recode Replay, here is the full audio of Fields's appearance:
Fields argued that cars are still important in many parts of the world, but that rising city populations, autonomous cars and government regulation will reduce urban car density. He said Ford is ready to do battle with tech giants like Uber and Google, but he also wants to keep competitors like Tesla on a "level playing field" by subjecting them to the same dealership laws that Ford has to follow.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.