Driverless Cars to Renovate Automotive Industry


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The recent most Mercedes automatic car looks just like a car on the outside but as a lounge from the inside, with 4 swivel seats that faces each other in a multimedia bubble of walnut veneer and padded leather.

The car, which is based on the concept F 015 ‘Luxury in Motion’, showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas earlier in 2015, is totally self-driving but has a brake and steering wheel if one want to roam around and drive it manually. Mr. Daimler, the manufacturer of Mercedes and inventor of the actual automotive, wants to be one of the foremost to reinvent the car, the CEO of the company, Mr. Dieter Zetsche stated at the CES, which he states will turn out to be more than just a means of travelling and will become a mobile living space.

German rival Tesla, Audi, Google and a number of other enterprises are trying to create their own adaptations of driverless cars, satisfying the predictions that they will be a veracity on the roads possibly by the end of this decade.

In fact, all the technology required for a self-driving car is already present. Existing features such as self-parking preview and adaptive cruise control what a fully automatic car can do. It is likely to be authorized and liability issues that slow down original installation. That and social adoption of such a fundamental change could moisten the trend more than a shortage of technology. The CEO of Tesla, Mr. Elon Musk stated in a recent interview that, however, the alteration in thinking could not be dissimilar than the modification from elevators manned by vendors to completely automatic elevators of today.

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