NuTonomy hopes for Q2 2018 launch of paid Singapore self-driving car rides


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  • Monday, 21 Aug 2017

Ride services companies are expected to be one of the most important markets for self-driving cars. — Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO: US self-driving car startup NuTonomy hopes to launch a paid, commercial ride service in Singapore as soon as the second quarter of next year, NuTonomy Chief Executive Karl Iagnemma said on Aug 18.

Ride services companies are expected to be one of the most important markets for self-driving cars, especially in early years of adoption, when the cost of the technology will likely rule out mass adoption.

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