Volvo wants to offer autonomous driving as a subscription

Volvo wants to introduce the autonomous driving aid ‘Ride Pilot’ with a subscription model in the American state of California. The system debuts on the successor to the XC90 and allows the car to drive independently on the highway without driver supervision. Volvo is currently still fully testing Ride Pilot.

Ride Pilot goes a step further than Volvo’s current semi-autonomous ‘Pilot Assist’. According to the Swedes, Ride Pilot makes it possible to actually do other things while driving, such as reading the newspaper or working. In addition, Volvo indicates that the brand takes responsibility for driving when Ride Pilot is engaged. This is an important step in the liability issue surrounding autonomous driving. Now the driver is always responsible in the event of an accident, even if the car is driving itself. Volvo to supply Ride Pilot on the


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