Volvo Cars and ride-hailing company Uber debut a jointly developed production car capable of driving by itself. Since signing a joint engineering agreement in 2016, the two companies have developed several prototypes aimed at accelerating autonomous-car development. The Volvo XC90 SUV is the first production car that, in combination with Uber’s self-driving system, is capable of fully driving itself. Volvo Cars says in a statement the SUV is equipped with safety features that allow ...

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