Volvo to spearhead autonomous vehicle testing with 100-car fleet in Sweden in 2017

Volvo plans to roll out a fleet of 100 autonomous vehicles (AVs) for testing in Sweden in 2017. The testing will involve specific routes in and around the Swedish city of Gothenburg, with speeds limited to 70 km/h (about 43 mph). Volvo will spend about $76 million on this testing effort, and is w...

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