Volvo Driverless Pod Could Be Future Of Transportation

Posted on September 5, 2018
Volvo 360c Exterior (Photo: Volvo)

Volvo 360c Exterior (Photo: Volvo)

If you need to get somewhere close, say a couple-dozen miles away, most people in the US would choose to drive. Traveling somewhere further, a couple-hundred miles or more? Many, then, would choose to fly. Volvo wants you to re-think that dividing line as you consider its recently unveiled 360c, a driverless pod and a potential alternative to short-haul commercial air travel.

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