Driverless taxis take to the streets of Singapore in world’s first sich public trial

A handout image dated 20 August 2016, issued by US start-up company nuTonomy, showing a nuTonomy self-driving vehicle pictured in Singapore. In a first in the world, NuTonomy officially launched their diverless taxis in Singapore today, allowing selected passengers to use a smartphone app to order a car. During the ride passengers will be accompanied by an engineer of nuTonomy that will take control of the car should the autonomous driving system fail. In addition to Renault's Zoe electric vehicles, the company also uses Mitsubishi's i-MiEV electric cars.

Source: Cyprus News Agency