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Singapore’s going to see self-driving Peugeot SUVs on its roads

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People in Singapore are going to start seeing this Peugeot SUV driving itself on (a couple of) roads soon.

Europe’s fifth largest carmaker has partnered with MIT self-driving spin-out Nutonomy, to test the Peugeot 3008 model in the island.

Nutonomy, which has been testing its software in a handful of self-driving Mitsubishis in Singapore for the past half year, says the new Peugeots will drive on the same small set of roads in the 0.77 square mile one-north business district.

PSA Group, which owns Peugeot, says it plans to use the opportunity to learn what components to build into future self-driving cars. Read more…

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