Volvo ‘Drive Me’ autonomous car pilot project in Gothenburg, SwedenEnlarge Photo
Volvo has started an autonomous car test in its hometown of Gothenburg in preparation for the rollout of a fleet of self-driving cars that will be delivered to participating customers by 2017. These customers will drive the cars in everyday conditions on approximately 31 miles of selected roads in the Swedish city.
Aston Martin has confirmed it is working on a new platform to underpin its next generation of sports cars, the first of which will reportedly be a new generation of the DB9 due in 2016. Unfortunately, this means the current model will be sticking around for a few more years still.
Roger Ramjet lives, and we have proof. Well, we do have video of a motorcycle that has been converted into a jet that looks remarkably like the cartoon character's own. We’re sure if he was
real he would approve.
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