Robotaxi Stories April 25

Autonomous driving developer Pony.ai announced it has received a license to operate its self-driving taxis in China, the first company to achieve the permit. Pony.ai will soon have 100 robotaxis in operation throughout Nansha, Guangzhou, charging riders fares alongside traditional taxis.

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Robotaxi Stories August 31, 2021

Motional, alongside Hyundai Motor Group, has shared the first image of its next-generation robotaxi based around the Ioniq 5 EV. The Ioniq 5 robotaxi, as it is being called, will be used in completely driverless public ride services beginning in 2023.

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Robotaxi Stories August 11, 2021

Driverless tech company Motional announced the expansion of its West Coast operations, including public road testing of its next-generation robotaxi in Los Angeles under an agreement with Lyft. Motional has also opened a Bay Area office for Compute Design.

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Robotaxi Stories July 13, 2021

Chinese automotive design and manufacturing company SAIC Motor says it will launch 40 to 60 Robotaxis capable of Level 4 self-driving throughout Shanghai and Suzhou before the end of 2021. The bold statement was made by Zu Sijie, vice president and chief engineer of the company, during this year’s World Artificial Intelligence Conference.

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Robotaxi Stories March 16, 2020

WeRide resumes robotaxi service in China with extreme precautions to keep riders and drivers safe after COVID-19. expand full story

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