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Even if you're not particularly a motoring enthusiast, you've probably seen plenty of news items on television and in the printed press over the last couple of years regarding driverless cars. Once the subject of science fiction, autonomous cars -
Whether you like the idea of autonomous vehicles or not, the technology is going to have a huge impact on the motor industry, the way we travel and pretty much life as a whole in the future. But if driverless cars are going to be available to buy soon, what effect are they going to have on the longevity of the vehicles we're driving right now?
Although they're still a little way away from going on retail sale to be driven on public roads, they've already had a massive effect on the cars you can buy today. The adaptive cruise control, blind-
It's easy to think a huge shift such as the introduction of autonomous cars will render what we have today useless and unwanted when it finally happens. Thankfully, that's incredibly unlikely to be the case. Regardless of how amazing and life-
There are really two types of cars to consider when weighing-
Autonomous cars are coming, and they're probably going to on our roads sooner than many people might imagine. However, the car you're driving now isn't going to become obsolete anytime soon; you can rest assured of that. Think for a moment about the automatic gearbox. That in itself was a very early step on the road towards autonomous driving as it takes away the need for a driver to change gear. Despite being introduced many, many decades ago, how many of today's cars are only available as an automatic, and how much of an effect has the invention of the automatic gearbox had on the value or desirability of manual cars?
7 September 2016