Internet giant Google is reportedly in talks with automakers to bring driverless cars to American roads. The ever-expanding multimedia company has already put its own fleet of Prius-based self-driving prototypes through 400,000km of testing, and aims to cover more than 1.6 million kilometres before the programme is complete. According to US paper The Detroit News, the only remaining question is how to make the technology available to road users.
Google may be the company most associated with autonomous driving—its modified Toyota Prius Google Car project continues to develop—but Nissan looks to further self-driving car plans of its own. At Japan’s CEATEC consumer electronic... Read Post
Google got approval to run its driverless cars within Nevada last year, but now the state has allowed Audi to run its driverless cars on the streets as well. This marks the first time an established carmaker has been given the autho... Read Post