An electric, driverless shuttle bus will take to the Dutch public roads on Thursday, rolling six passengers along a 200-metre (yard) stretch of road in the first trial of its kind worldwide.
The WePod, one of a fleet to be rolled
In the race to build a self-driving car, German automakers are hitting a road block in their efforts to test vehicles so complex they need more than 10 times the amount of software found in a fighter jet.
German laws currently pla
The car stopped at stop signs. It glided around curves. It didn't lurch or jolt. The most remarkable thing about the drive was that it was utterly unremarkable.
This isn't damning with faint praise. It's actually high