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India’s top two carmakers have signed a deal to roll out the world’s first self-driving vehicles in India, taking the country closer to the world where people can safely travel by themselves.
The auto industry is on the verge of making a global push, as a slew of companies including Google and Uber are vying to win drivers’ trust and customers’ trust with their new-age self-flying vehicles.
But the stakes for India are higher than for many others, said Rakesh Sinha, managing director at consultancy Gartner.
The deal comes amid a wave of self-transforming technologies that could transform India’s auto industry and give it a global foothold. “
In India, the stakes are even higher.”
The deal comes amid a wave of self-transforming technologies that could transform India’s auto industry and give it a global foothold.
India’s National Highways Authority said the rollout would take place in 2021 and will allow cars to run at speeds of 100 km/h.