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SELF-DRIVING CAR SEEN ON THE PIE ON 16 SEPT, POSSIBLE TEST FOR DRIVERLESS TAXIS

A driverless car was recently seen driving along the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), with a huge “driverless vehicle” sign plastered at the rear.

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The photos of the driverless car cruising along PIE were posted on Facebook on 16 September by Facebook user Alvin Neo.

The car is a Hyundai IONIQ 5, and it is one of a few cars that can drive itself without needing a driver to operate the car.

The car sports a blue and yellow license plate, which is given to vehicles for research and development.

Hyundai said that their IONIQ 5 is used as a vehicle for their tests on “robotaxis” because it is sustainable and safe.

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The company had also chosen to test their self-driving cars in Singapore, as well as other innovations for mobility since January this year.

Netizens’ comments

  • What happens when u horn from behind?
  • Will prob still drive better than most getgo/bluesg drivers
  • Really no driver?
    • (OP) have, left hand drive, but the driver only on standby.
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