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A new way of looking at the world Self-driving vehicles open up exciting new possibilities for the way our world is designed. For example, we might be able to liberate extra space for pedestrians and cyclists by building cost-efficient, compact tunnels especially for self-driving cars.
Imagine being able to switch your car to autopilot, just like a plane, then simply sit back and relax. Sounds far-fetched? It’s not: soon, your Volvo
will be able to steer, accelerate and brake itself, taking you safely and efficiently to your destination. It’s arriving sooner than you might think. Self-driving Volvos are already on Swedish roads, and by 2017, real-world
customers will be using 100 self-driving Volvos on public roads—the world’s first large-scale autonomous drive project. It’s a partnership between Volvo Car Group, the Swedish Transport Administration, the Swedish
Transport Agency, Lindholmen Science Park and the City of Gothenburg, and is endorsed by the Swedish Government. It’s all part of Volvo Cars’ IntelliSafe approach, helping reduce stress for you and congestion on our roads.Dated : 01/01/1970, 00:00 AM