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Drivers want to retain control of cars, says Mazda

05 January 2018
71% of people say they would still want to drive, even with self-driving technology available
71% of people say they would still want to drive, even with self-driving technology available

 

The majority of motorists want to remain in control of cars, even when self-driving cars become available, according to research published by Japanese carmaker Mazda.

The research, carried out by Ipsos MORI, reveals 71% of people surveyed saying they would still want to drive, even with self-driving technology available, whilst only 29% actively welcome the arrival of autonomous vehicles.

While many carmakers and technology companies are working on developing fully autonomous vehicles, Mazda...

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