11 companies working on driverless cars: Volvo, Google, Tesla and more are investing in autonomous vehicles

Christina Mercer
Christina Mercer

Christina Mercer

Christina is audience development editor. After graduating from the University of Nottingham reading philosophy and theology in 2013, Christina joined a tech start-up specialising in mobile apps. She has a keen interest in the mobile platform and innovative tech.

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CES 2017 is officially underway in Las Vegas and showcasing companies have made their focus' very clear. Driverless cars, smart technology and 5G will be major parts of tech firms strategies this year. 

We take a look at all the companies announcing driverless car initiatives at CES and those already making big strides in self-driving technology.

For car manufacturers such as Volvo, Tesla and Bosch, driverless cars will shape the future of driving and their future manufacturing strategy. And with many (if not most) car manufacturers investing in some sort of vehicle autonomy, driverless cars could be around sooner than you thought.

We’ve listed some of the car manufacturers working on driverless cars.


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