Volvo Tests Out Driverless Cars On Public Roads
Cars without drivers were seen traveling together in Barcelona, Spain amongst regular cars.
Volvo teamed up with Ricardo, a British technology company, to test out driverless vehicles on the public roads in Spain. The road train consisted of two Volvo trucks and three cars, where only the lead truck had a driver in it. The vehicles traveled for 200km among normal vehicles in Barcelona, and the test drive passed with flying colors.
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