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But this still only represents 1 percent of the vehicles that will be on the road.
Forget wimpy horn-honking. Google's autonomous ride could blast messages at passersby from external loudspeakers.
The company says its current prototypes are 'a little more cautious than they need to be.'
Full speed ahead. The Cupertino, Calif., colossus is revving up its electric car ambitions.
John Krafcik has previously worked at Ford, Hyundai and online car sales company TrueCar.
The final barrier is making sure the software can decipher badly marked roads at dusk, he tweeted.
The automated vehicles have been hit by human drivers a total of 14 times since testing began in 2009, according to project director Chris Urmson.
Luckily for us they will have safety drivers on board.
The hereditary leader of Ford Motor Co. sees cars dominating the suburbs for a long time but crowded cities will drive innovation in how we get around.
Never mind those dreams of using a handheld device to steer your car from the back seat, James Bond-style -- the real purpose of remote control may be to get your vehicle past a muddy trench.