Volvo's Self-Driving Cars Have Already Begun Testing
May 07, 2014 11:01
Volvo announced last winter that it was testing its self-driving cars. Now, Volvo is planning on getting about 100 of them on the road by 2017. The first few self-driving cars are already joining humans on the road. The cars are approved to mingle with other commuter vehicles over about 31 miles of roadways across Gothenburg's major arteries.
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