Experimental Volvos, occupants ply commuter routes in Swedish capital.
TURIN – Volvo launches a groundbreaking project called “Drive Me” in which a fleet of 100 self-driving Volvos will operate in everyday driving conditions on public roads in the automaker’s Gothenburg, Sweden, hometown. “The first test cars are already rolling around the Swedish city of Gothenburg and the sophisticated Autopilot technology is performing well,” says Erik Coiling, a Volvo Car Group technical specialist. “The test cars are now able to ...
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