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News: British cities to begin driverless vehicle trials...


Bristol, Coventry, Milton Keynes and Greenwich in southeast London have been named as the locations for Britain’s first driverless car trials, backed...
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Man vs machine: we race the Audi RS 7 driverless car...


Audi has built one of the world's fastest driverless cars, an RS 7 that can tackle a racetrack at up to 149mph without missing a gear or a bend, but...
Video: Audi RS 7 laps Hockenheim at up to 149mph – without a driver (updated)

Video: Audi RS 7 laps Hockenheim at up to 149mph –...


While Google’s self-driving car creeps around the streets of Mountain View, California, feeling its way carefully into the future, an Audi RS 7...
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News: Stained-glass car has a bed but no steering wheel


It's one car unlikely to impress the crash testers at EuroNCAP. A designer has created a car from stained glass windows that has a bed, rather than...
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News: Google allows its driverless cars to break the...


So, who would get the speeding ticket: the driverless car or its occupant?
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News: Driverless cars to be tested in Britain. Scapegoats...


Tests of driverless cars will begin on UK roads next year but the motor industry has let slip a key condition: they will still need drivers...
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News: UK to allow driverless cars on public roads from...


Like it or not, the steady cruise towards driverless cars is looking increasingly inevitable after the UK government today set out its plans to follow...
Google begins production of driverless car fleet (video)

Google begins production of driverless cars (vid)


Internet giant Google is turning car maker as it prepares to manufacture 100 self-driving vehicles in its continuing development of autonomous...
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CES 2014: World’s first driverless vehicle is just...


FIFTY YEARS since it was first predicted, a driverless vehicle has gone on sale that can guide itself harmlessly through crowds of people.