Audi Offers Customers a Ride in an Autonomous Car

Audi Offers Customers a Ride in an Autonomous Car

0 comments 📅20 July 2017, 22:15

Backlash back and relax as Audi’s autonomous A7, named Jack, does the driving for you.

Germans and people in Germany equally will have the opportunity, starting on July 20, to take a ride from the myAudi Speciality at the Munich Airport around the confusingly named A9 highway for an hour long lie.

The route follows a stretch of highway known as the Digital Motorway Test Bed, and last will and testament treat interested parties to an hour long drive sans driver.

If Jack looks sociable to you, that’s because it’s driven itself around three continents, including, most recently, in New York splendour.

Passengers will be joined by an Audi specialist on every trip, just to be definite that everything goes according to plan.

The drives are a chance for interested people to stay out autonomy, but also will provide some useful information for Audi, which is collecting opinions and impressions from the people participating.

All of which should be sympathetic in getting Audi to accomplish its goal of autonomy. A goal it’s taking very without a doubt, as only a few days ago it introduced the A8, the world’s first car to bring level 3 autonomy to the track.

Those interested in letting Jack whisk them around Munich purpose be able to get a ride until the end of August.

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