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A four-core processor processing eight billion operations per second. A virtual tachometer with a needle that is rendered anew 60 times per second to ensure absolutely fluid motion. 3D sound to match a concert hall and appearing to come from every direction, an Audi tablet as a multimedia control panel and simple wireless communication between your mobile devices and your car all demonstrate how diverse the future of the automobile is at Audi. All this and convenience, too: piloted parking and innovative Audi wireless charging (AWC) technology pave the way for electric mobility. A laser headlight shining ahead hundreds of feet and a car lapping the famous Hockenheim speedway at 240 km/h (149.1 mph) without a driver – Audi is a leading and driving force in all technology areas relating to electronics and electrics. At CES in Las Vegas, the world’s most important electronics exhibition, Audi makes a splash with a host of new technologies
An autonomous car,[1] also known as a driverless car,[2] self-driving car[3] or robot car,[4] is an autonomous vehicle capable of fulfilling the human transportation capabilities of a traditional car. As an autonomous vehicle, it is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input. Robotic cars exist mainly as prototypes and demonstration systems. Currently, the only self-driving vehicles that are commercially available are open-air shuttles for pedestrian zones that operate at 12.5 miles per hour (20.1 km/h).[5]

Autonomous vehicles sense their surroundings with such techniques as radar, lidar, GPS, and computer vision. Advanced control systems interpret sensory information to identify appropriate navigation paths, as well as obstacles and relevant signage.[6] Some autonomous vehicles update their maps based on sensory input, allowing the vehicles to keep track of their position even when conditions change or when they enter uncharted environments.

Some quasi-autonomous demonstration systems date back to the 1920s and the 1930s.[7] Since the 1980s, when Mercedes-Benz and Bundeswehr University Munich built a driverless car through the EUREKA Prometheus Project,[8] significant advances have been made in both technology and legislation relevant to autonomous cars. Numerous major companies and research organizations have developed working prototype autonomous vehicles, including Mercedes-Benz, General Motors, Continental Automotive Systems, Autoliv Inc., Bosch, Nissan, Toyota, Audi, Vislab from University of Parma, Oxford University and Google. In 2010, four electric autonomous vans successfully drove 8000 miles from Italy to China. The vehicles were developed in a research project backed by European Union funding, by Vislab of the University of Parma, Italy. As of 2013, four U.S. states have passed laws permitting autonomous cars.
Many major automotive manufacturers, including General Motors, Ford, Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, Nissan, Toyota, BMW, and Volvo, are testing driverless car systems as of 2013. BMW has been testing driverless systems since around 2005,[67][68] while in 2010, Audi sent a driverless Audi TTS to the top of Pike’s Peak at close to race speeds.[10] In 2011, GM created the EN-V (short for Electric Networked Vehicle), an autonomous electric urban vehicle.[69] In 2012, Volkswagen began testing a “Temporary Auto Pilot” (TAP) system that will allow a car to drive itself at speeds of up to 80 miles per hour (130 km/h) on the highway.[70] Ford has conducted extensive research into driverless systems and vehicular communication systems.[71] In January 2013, Toyota demonstrated a partially self-driving car with numerous sensors and communication systems. The Google driverless car project maintains a test fleet of autonomous vehicles that has driven 300,000 miles (480,000 km) with no machine-caused accidents as of August 2012.
In film and television

KITT, the autonomous Pontiac Trans Am in the 1982 TV series Knight Rider, was sentient and autonomous.
The 1983 film Christine features a sentient, autonomous car as the title character.


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  1. I’d like to see them do drift or dirt ovals…Autonomous Dirt Late Models!

  2. is it intelligent or pre programmed?

  3. That is a lot for a car that goes by its self

  4. In 20 years time, kids will be watching this video and laugh at the excited commentary! It is incredible how fast technology is advancing..

  5. Don’t know about you guys but its going to be a blast driving besides self-driving and and "accidentally" swerving towards them while their owners check Facebook/Instagram. The look on their hapless little faces as their "car" goes into default/limp mode. Aww. Just gets me all excited for the future!

  6. Whoever commentated this deserves to be slapped relentlessly, so much bullshit talk in just one lap…

  7. whats the fun in that

  8. And we don’t even get to see the lap time? 🙁

  9. now driverless racing is the future. truly maker against maker without the driver it will level the playing field.

  10. So could you send your car to come pick you up from somewhere like a personal taxi????

  11. Send it ’round the nurburgring. Also for the people asking what the point of a self driving sports car is, it’s proof of concept for high speed self driving cars. Imagine a toll road that only admits self driving cars, no traffic jams and a steady 120mph while you get drunker than a Czar in the back seat. ALSO, how bitchin’ would a race series with F1 type cars designed from the ground up to be self driving taking land speed record pace corners be?

  12. Pretty soon, just as human chess players have been rendered obsolete by computer chess playing programs, human racecar drivers will routinely be bested by self-driving autos. Then, there will be no need to watch humans risking their necks at the Indy 500; a group of autonomous racecars will be able to give just as exciting a performance. Another job made obsolete by automation!! 🙂

  13. awsome

  14. Makes no-sense whatsoever! I mean, i’d spend €100k for a RS7 to feel the torque and the speed and the heart pumping. And then you put a computer driving it???! What’s next? a robot gets to go down my model girlfriend while I pay for her shopping habit??? seriously?!?!

  15. Couldn’t even cross the finish line! sheesh!

  16. didn’t go through the finish line though… did it?

  17. Let it do the lap on Top Gear!!

  18. Goodbye drivers/pilots.

  19. Let me present the future of car races. Ancient pilots "only" make the best settings and then people bet on the cars.

  20. Add 6 like this, and you have a typical Gran Turismo Race

  21. this proves nothing, computer on board recorded the previous lap with a driver on and all it’s doing is copy paste, if u real my nigga do this in a city in motor way with lots of other cars in it not an empty road,

  22. this would be cool…if I had this I would freak everybody out because I would just sit in the passengers seat and have no one in the drivers seat that would be some freaky stuff!!!

  23. I guess soon we  will have a movie where race car drivers have to race against robot cars with really almost no chance of winning… 

  24. I ts the invisible man tho

  25. Пока не впечатляет. То же самое делают дети в кружках и проводят соревнования самоуправляемый роботов. Вот если бы сделали алгоритм, позволяющий всю трассу проходить в дрифте – это да, уже интереснее.

  26. How will the Stig test drive this one?

  27. They don’t have that extra push.

  28. As long as the earth is rotating – there is no perfect science.
    People improve from mistakes – machines only gains experience & have faster reactions but not better than the human brain.
    Humans who made the machines & machines inherits human faults.
    Natural disasters will never be dealt with better than human rescue.
    It’ll be impossible for the machines to deal with natural disasters like humans do.
    machines needs maintenance by human hands.
    Even if the machines can be fixed by other machines – but there are machines parts which are needed to be remade & fixing machines.
    Machines parts have ages as humans have their ages.
    Human hands will always surpass the machines in making things or handmade things wouldn’t have a higher value than machines.
    High heats – Low colds – electromagnetic interference can malfunction the machines.
    Their fuel needs resources.
    The tires needs to be changed on time.
    Buildings needs to be fixed by time – streets needs to be fixed by time.
    That is why that sentence was written :
    **As long as earth rotates – there is no perfect science**

  29. I want a squad now. No speed limits on those AI either, that car knows it car go faster.

  30. Can it drift? Because drifting is pretty complex stuff

  31. so what would humans do if all are taken over by technology? just be born( if allowed) and then lay in couch and then die!

  32. Wow!!!!!!!!!!!! Who wants one?

  33. In future, The Sports Car Drivers will sit in a room and compete with one another…Like a video game…nfs style

  34. I don’t watch car racing now, even though I’m a car lover, but I would actually enjoy seeing a bunch of different sport sedans battling it out using A.I. #FirstAICarRace

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