Ford Makes Big Strides Towards Self-Driving Vehicles
Ford might not have been the first automaker to test autonomous cars on the road, but the company is making major strides now. The automaker plans to add 20 more Ford Fusion Hybrid cars to its autonomous fleet in 2016, which would triple the number of cars currently being tested on the road. Ford has test vehicles on the road in California, Arizona, and Michigan through Ford Smart Mobility. Learn how Ford plans to stay ahead in the autonomous vehicle market.
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