Honda plans to create by 2020 driverless car

Honda plans to create by 2020 driverless car


Cars that will go on sale, will be equipped with cameras, radar and satellite navigation systems, and without the aid of the driver to comply with the rows on the roads, to maintain the proper distance, and to call on toll roads or leave them.

TOKYO, 27 Jan. Ivan Zakharchenko. Japanese automobile company Honda Motor announced Tuesday plans commercial production by 2020 self-driving cars.

According to news Agency Kyodo, the machines will be equipped with cameras, radar and satellite navigation systems. On sale will be cars which can help driver to keep the rows on the roads and to maintain the proper distance, and to call on toll roads or leave them.

Earlier plans to launch driverless cars by 2020 has also announced Toyota and Nissan.

In early October, at the international innovation forum in Kyoto, Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe announced that Japan creates driverless cars to represent them at the Olympics 2020 in Tokyo.