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CES 2017: Ford sticks to self-driving cars by 2021 pledge

Published on Friday 6th of January 2017 08:39:41 PM in BBC
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  • Ford insists it will have fully autonomous cars, without steering wheels or brake pedals, on the roads by 2021.The firm plans to use them within an Uber-like ride-sharing service at first before considering putting them on sale. But rival car-makers have suggested that deadline is too ...

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