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Submitted by Zlix 700d ago | article

Visio.M – Full-size remote control electric car

NewElectricCars2014.com - Visio.M is a remote-control electric vehicle developed by Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany, that could travel along city streets with no one in them at all, their operator located somewhere far away. Scientists at the TUM believe that full-size remote control cars could be hitting the roads within the next five to ten years. (Hi-tech, Technische Universität München)

level 360  +   699d ago
For hard working parents having a hard time to pick-up their young'uns at school maybe?..
kingPoS  +   699d ago
Give it a few more decades. As much as we rely on technology. I don't think most people are ready for this... Yet!

Science Fiction come true - almost but not quite, we're getting there.
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