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Hyundai to develop self-driving car with Mobileye

Tuesday 11 July 2017 | 06:45 CET | News
Hyundai Motor will cooperate with Israeli technology company Mobileye to jointly develop a driverless car, The Korea Times reports. Hyundai's vice-chairman Chung Eui-sun visited Israel in May to discuss a partnership for developing a self-driving vehicle. "Since Vice Chairman Chung visited Israel, working groups from both companies met to discuss collaboration", said an unnamed Hyundai Motor representative. "But we have yet to reach a conclusion as the dialogue has just started", he added.

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Countries: Korea, Republic of
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