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Regular news: Issue 597 25 May 2012

‘Self-driving’ car on the road in just three years

Vehicle manufacturer General Motors has announced that its first version of a semi-automated (or ‘self-driving’) car could be commercially available in as few as three years, with a fully automated model potentially on the road by the end of the decade. Initially GM is talking about providing customers with a level of automation that could enable a vehicle to drive itself only on certain types of roads, such as motorways. Dubbed the ‘super cruise’ system by the company,...

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