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Volvo Plans To Reduce Drivers By 2025

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With most automakers now focusing on offering some sort of autopilot system of their own, it would be a matter of time before self-driving vehicles become a reality. In fact, Volvo thinks that by 2025, a third of their vehicles will be self-driving vehicles.

Volvo is already setting some pretty high goals for themselves. They previous announce that their target right now is to have half of their car sales come from pure electric vehicles by 2025 and now they are taking it one step further with their self-driving goals.

Volvo is hoping that these goals will help turn Volvo into a direct consumer services provider.

Volvo has been working with Uber to test out their self-driving vehicles and while it does seem to be going well, there was one report where the vehicle struck and killed a cyclist a few months ago. Of course, Volvo is not the only one working towards that goal as Chrysler has also revealed their plans to provide more autonomous ride-hailing fleets.

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