Volkswagen plans to make autonomous cars mainstream by 2030. Details here
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India, Nov. 24 -- German auto major Volkswagen is reportedly aiming to make self-driving vehicles mainstream by the end of this decade. In interaction with British publication Autocar, Volkswagen boss Thomas Schafer has hinted that the automaker's commercial vehicle division will spearhead the self-driving vehicle program. This means the passenger cars won't get autonomous driving vehicles initially. However, the whole thing is currently in the planning phase, and nothing has been confirmed yet officially.
Interestingly, Volkswagen, along with Ford, has hired several employees of the recently closed US-based autonomous driving firm Argo. This has further fuelled speculation about Volkswagen's self-driving vehicle program development. Wha...
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