Mercedes Benz, Bosch Begin Testing Driverless S-Class In San Jose

Mercedes-Benz and Bosch are working on a self-driving car test platform that will ferry people between San Jose, California's West side and downtown core along San Carlos Street and Stevens Creek Boulevard.

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A select group of users will be able to book their rides using a special app by Daimler Mobility

Highlights

  • Mercedes-Benz and Bosch will test the autonomous S-Class in San Jose, US
  • The test runs will see a driverless S-Class ferry people within the city
  • Only a select group of users will be able participate in these test runs

Luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz and engineering giant Bosch's partnership will see trials of the driverless S-Class in the streets of San Jose.

As Cnet reports, the two companies are working on a self-driving car test platform that will ferry people between San Jose, California's West side and downtown core along San Carlos Street and Stevens Creek Boulevard.

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The catch here is that the companies are not planning on making these trial cars available to all public. A select group of users will be able to book their rides using a special app by Daimler Mobility.

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