BMW to launch self-driving cars in China

At a summit on artificial intelligence and robotics in China’s southern city of Shenzhen, BMW said it is planning to launch self-driving vehicles in China. Maximilian Doemling, senior manager for highly automated driving at BMW Group, says the self-driving car will hit roads five years from now. “If you’re expecting autonomous function where you can be on the highway, pressing the button and the car is doing everything for you, like lane changing and driving and that stuff, and you can play with smartphone, and you’re always safe, I mean we had the big announcement with Intel and Mobileye that we will have the iNext in 2021.” Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Harald Krüger, said that the iNEXT will be, “our new innovation driver, with autonomous…

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