Nissan has already announced that its first ''driverless'' car will hit the road around 2020, with other manufacturers following the lead over the next decade.
Sales of autonomous cars will increase from 230,000 units in 2025 to 11.8 million cars in 2035, IHS Automotive forecasts, while fully autonomous cars will begin to appear around 2030.
Experts claim that these vehicles will considerably reduce accidents and the costs attached to them. They'll adjust their driving dynamics and characteristics to maximize fuel economy while communicating with each other to ensure safe, fluid traffic.
Source : leblogauto.com