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How many people are willing to believe in autonomous driving? The results of the investigation of foreign institutions will tell you

Posting time:2023-02-02 09:25:52

How many people are willing to believe in autonomous driving? The results of the investigation of foreign institutions will tell you

[gearbest News] At the moment when cars are becoming more and more intelligent, autonomous driving technology is also being discussed more and more frequently. Tesla, General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen, Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Toyota and Honda, and any other big automaker you can think of, are all ready to roll out self-driving cars. Moreover, even big tech companies like Apple and Google are not far behind and are actively developing self-driving products. So how many people are willing to believe in a fully self-driving car when it hits the market? A related agency in a foreign country conducted an investigation. It is reported that a total of 631 respondents from the United States were surveyed. Investigators asked them whether they would trust a self-driving car if they had it right away. According to the survey results, 67.35% of respondents answered that they would not trust self-driving cars. This result is in line with previous surveys by the American Automobile Association. The biggest reason for this distrust is that self-driving technology is still in its infancy and has not yet reached the point where most people can trust it without any oversight. While some automakers advertise their cars as very safe self-driving technology, that's just rhetoric, and no one wants to be a guinea pig. Earlier, a German court ruled in 2020 that Tesla had misled the public about its self-driving technology, and earlier in 2016, Mercedes-Benz was also controversial for allegedly misleading advertisements that misled viewers into thinking that Mercedes-Benz had launched a It's a self-driving car.

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