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This Luxury Automaker Is Sitting Out On Driverless Modes

Posted on July 5, 2018
The luxury marque feels that there is no urgent need for it to chase the same technology that other manufacturers are, because its customers have different needs and quite frankly lead lives that most people don’t. (photo: Pixabay.com)
The luxury marque feels that there is no urgent need for it to chase the same technology that other manufacturers are, because its customers have different needs and quite frankly lead lives that most people don’t. (photo: Pixabay.com)

Rolls-Royce is standing apart from the manufacturers pursuing driver assistance technology, at least until vehicles can operate completely without drivers.

The race for more and more semi-autonomous tech is on in the automotive business, but until driver intervention is unnecessary, Rolls-Royce is staying out of it.

TheChauffeur.com article here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, OEMs, Rolls-Royce, self-driving vehicles, vehicle technology

Comments ( 3 )
  • selfdrive

     | about 3 days ago

    I agree with their decision. I have always believed that a computer cannot replace a human's reflexes and instincts and with the crazy number of assistance packages that come as an option for most manufacturers, driving has been made easier. Autonomous car technology can kill the actual joy of driving. http://www.selfdrivesolutionsltd.co.uk/

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