Cyberjaya now home to Malaysia’s first autonomous vehicle testing route


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  • Wednesday, 23 Dec 2020

Mahadhir (left) and Isham posing with the Proton Exora self-driving car. — Futurise

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will start testing autonomous vehicles (AVs) on two routes stretching 7km in total in Cyberjaya.

A shorter route loops around Futurise and MaGIC buildings, and a longer one includes Persiaran Apec, Persiaran Cyberpoint and Persiaran Rimba.

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