The CyberCar pictured here is a new golf cart sized vehicle that uses laser guidance and GPS to navigate city streets in Antibes, France. Unlike other similar vehicles The CyberCar doesn't require any new infrastructure to be built to help it find it's way. It can move around obstacles and get folks where they need to go. The electric powered wondercar had a two-week test with over 3,000 passengers and passed with flying colors. Sure people were a little freaked out with no driver or control of the vehicle but it beats walking.
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