Report: Jaguar-Land Rover don’t believe in autonomous cars

One of the future prospects for the automobile industry is the recent push for autonomous driving technology, which is obviously causing quite the buzz. But in the point of view and perspective of Jaguar-Land Rover’s R&D chief, Wolfgang Epple, J-LR doesn’t approve of autonomous driving technology because they don’t consider the occupants inside the car, “cargo.” “We don’t want to build a robot that delivers the cargo from A to B,” said Epple, who’s most likely referring to the connection between


In this case the “connected car” is connected to the driver, and not the internet. Autonomous cars will face stiff competition from owners that enjoy driving, and cars that enable you to do that.

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