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Ford To Start Testing Fully Autonomous Cars

Ford will release a fully autonomous car with no steering wheel or pedals for commercial use that will reach the UK sometime after 2021.

Rumours are the car will be based on a Ford Mondeo without a steering wheel or pedals and will be available in different variant types including Hybrid and EV.

There are still ongoing legal issues Ford must clear in order to make it's fully autonomous car a reality. There is not yet any indication how much the vehicles will cost or how many will be produced.

Testing is already underway in the US and they expect to release a fully driverless car before Europe. With Europe not starting testing until some time next year.