AutoComplete: Uber's self-driving cars have arrived in Pittsburgh
Today is Wednesday, September 14th, 2016 and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Uber claimed it would bring autonomous cars to Pittsburgh before the year's end, but not everybody believe the company.
Well haters, it's time to eat your hat because Uber's add its self-driving Ford Fusion to its Uber [UNKNOWN] Will show up at random and there will be an engineer behind the wheel just in case.
But either way I hope you're ready to embrace your robot overlord.
What will our road look like in 2026?
If Bosch latest concept is any idea, we're gonna have a load of terrifying blackout truck building around.
The suppliers Visionx concept envisions trucking ten years from now.
It's largely autonomous with the driver acting more as a logistics manager than an actual driver.
If the future involves relaxing while the computers do all the work, sign me up.
Mitsubishi's got another wicked looking concept on its hands The GTPHEV concept just in for the Paris motor show later this month features an all wheel drive layout with the gas engine powering the front wheels and electric motors powering the rear.
Mitsubishi claims the battery pack have been up dued for 75 miles of all electric driving which is nearly double that of modern plugin hybrid.
If this is what the next generation of Mitsubishi SUVs will look like, the future is looking good.
Find out more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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