Driverless Robocar completes the Goodwood hill climb course unscathed

500 electric horsepower kept on track by artificial intelligence

Robocar proves once again the autonomous tech is leaping forward: it completed the Goodwood hill climb course without any human input. 

Unlike the Siemens autonomous (and also suicidal) Mustang, Robocar did the run without human witnesses, for obvious reasons ― this car really does not have any driver, so if things go south there’s little you can do about it. However, the Robocar is not GPS-dependant like the Mustang, so the tree cover didn't pose a threat for the driverless race car.

However, the run was flawless, as in neither the car nor any hay ballot had to suffer. Here it is, in a 360-degree 4K video.

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