Driverless cars can make a lot of money in the future

Daimler AG has disclosed arrangements for its self-driving Mercedes Benz Future Truck 2025, anticipating that driverless trucks could hit roadways in as small as 10 years’ opportunity.

“The truck is our vision of what transportation may resemble a long time from now,” Wolfgang Bernhard, head of Daimler Trucks and Busses division, told Mytechportal in a meeting.

Driverless trucks will make transport more productive, movement more secure while cutting fuel utilization and CO2 outflows, the organization said in an announcement.

“With this truck we’re demonstrating traveler autos as well as trucks can do that,” Bernhard included.

The trucks will be taking to the streets alongside driverless autos, which hit features not long ago after Google uncovered a model auto that didn’t have a controlling wheel, gas or brake pedals.

While law changes must be instituted before we will see driverless vehicles meandering the streets, Bernhard said Daimler is certain of getting the green light in the following couple of years.

Driverless autos can possibly make a $87 billion business opportunity by 2030, as indicated by Lux Research.