Ford says look for autonomous vehicles in four years
Ford used the occasion of NAIAS to announce that it expects to have fully autonomous vehicles in production by 2021. This Ford Fusion used for autonomous development work is what AVs look like today. In its press conference, Ford also insisted that it still thrive in a world where cars operate autonomously. However, judging by the comparatively few concept cars revealed at the show, observers might be tempted to read between the lines and conclude that automakers aren’t quite sure what features will help sell vehicles that aren’t driven by anyone.
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