Ride-hailing giant Lyft will team up with Aptiv, formerly known as the arm of Delphi concerned with mobility, to give the public rides in a self-driving BMW 5 Series.     

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In 2017, Delphi gave out rides in its self-driving car, but it was contained to one specific drive loop.

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This year, the cars will take drivers to more than 20 destinations between Jan. 9 and 12.

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Using the Lyft app, passengers can request a ride from the Las Vegas Convention Center, where CES is held.     

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You'll need to go through an exhibit talking about the benefits of driverless cars before hitching an actual ride.

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There will still be someone sitting in the driver's seat, because safety is still a concern.

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Whereas many self-driving cars are littered with lidar pucks and bulky cameras on the roof, Aptiv's car is mysteriously smooth and free of that stuff.     

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Aptiv believes its system should be scaled for production by 2019, beating the estimates of many other developers.

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We'll see if we can snag a ride during CES, and if we do, we'll tell you all about it.

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