Some self-driving car makers are incorporating more and more extras like face-recognition and augmented reality displays. Bob Stefanski, managing director of eLab Ventures, said that this may be a winning approach for manufactures looking for an edge in the market.

But, Stefanski told John Furrier (@furrier), host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile live streaming studio, that one lone company is not going to put together a safe, reliable vehicle from scratch.

“You either integrate or not,” he said while visiting SiliconANGLE’s Palo Alto, CA, studio as part of theCUBE’s Mobile World Congress coverage. “There’s a lot of talk about ‘who wins?’ And ‘the autos can’t move fast enough,’” he said, adding that he does not think legacy auto companies should be counted out just yet.

“They know how to compete,” he said.

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