As many as 40 autonomous BMW 7-series cars will hit the streets later this year. The self-driving Beemers are the result of a joint effort between the BMW Group, Intel, and Mobileye. BMW’s Klaus Fröhlich calls it a “significant step” to the companies’ shared goal of introducing BMW’s iNext, its “first fully autonomous vehicle,” in 2021. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says the self-driving cars are “validated to the highest level of safety,” thanks in part to developments helped along by collecting the 3 companies’ resources and pooling them towards a common goal.
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