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Futuristic video shows how driverless cars will impact city landscapes across the globe
Autonomous vehicles likely to be emission-free, leading to cleaner air in cities
The age of driverless cars could see people truly reclaim the streets and deliver safer, cleaner, less congested cities for everyone, new research suggests.
The Institute of Mechanical Engineers predicts that the UK could have a completely automated fleet by 2050 . As we prepare for a driverless future, the UK’s leading distributor of motoring parts, Euro Car Parts, has revealed how the introduction of autonomous vehicles will impact city landscapes and the environment across the world.
Cities around the world are already gearing up for a self-driving future. Driverless taxis will be trialled in Singapore in late 2016. The next year will see Volvo launch its DriveMe programme in Gothenburg, Sweden. Meanwhile, in Greenwich, the GATEway project will put self-driving shuttle…
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