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Mercedes-Benz Explores Driverless Limousines

Posted on September 16, 2015

Imagine this: You call up a limo. Within minutes, a luxurious Mercedes-Benz car arrives at you door. As you peek inside, you notice it has no driver. The car's door opens, you sit inside and enjoy the scenery as it silently glides through the city, leaving you at your desired destination, all by itself.

While not exactly launching such a service yet, Mercedes-Benz is definitely looking in the direction of self-driving, autonomous limousine vehicles.

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