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Rolls-Royce Eyes “Robotic” Chauffeur Technology

Posted on October 6, 2014

Rolls-Royce boss Torsten Muller-Otvos hinted at this while speaking to Drive at the Paris motor show last week. “Seriously, that certainly fits well within our brand and is maybe even considered the next step towards the effortless driving experience; letting a little robot drive your car in a very smooth and efficient way. But only when it is absolutely reliable, because our customers do not accept any compromises, no experiments, nothing…this needs to be perfection in its purest sense.”

Full story at www.drive.com.au.

Related Topics: driver behavior, driverless cars, premium luxury sedans, Rolls-Royce, vehicle technology

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