Geely joins Waymo to make robot taxi with no steering wheel

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Zeekr, the electric car brand from Chinese maker Geely, has joined forces with automation experts Waymo to make a ride-hailing vehicle which will eventually have no space for a driver, a steering wheel or even pedals. Waymo, the self-driving car company from Google’s parent, Alphabet, is fettling the vehicle at Zeekr’s R&D facility, the CEVT (China Europe Vehicle Technology Centre) in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Zeekr gets a fully configurable cabin, both with and without any driver seat or controls. The car is being tailored towards the requirements of the Waymo One unmanned ride-hailing fleet in…

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