Drive Wire for August 1st, 2016: Delphi to Test Self-Driving Taxis in Singapore
Pilot program could put people in autonomous cabs by 2019.
On today's installment of Drive Wire, The Drive discusses the news that Delphi Automotive will unleash a fleet of self-driving cars on the streets of Singapore—including a host of autonomous taxis that can be summoned on demand. One of the world's largest automotive suppliers, Delphi has toyed with self-driving cars before; last year, the company's self-driving Audi Q5 drove itself from San Francisco to New York. But this latest pilot program aims to take things a step further, with the ultimate goal of letting users call up a completely autonomous vehicle and have it ferry them to their destination. For more, check out the video above.
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