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The Mercedes’ self-driving truck
Mercedes-Benz calls it a “visually exciting and technically feasible take on the long-distance truck of tomorrow”.
We call it bloody terrifying. Welcome, everyone, to Merc’s ‘Future Truck 2025′.
As the name suggest, it’s a rig built for the future but using technology that’s not far off: technology like autonomous driving, which will almost definitely result in the fall of mankind and the Destruction Of All Things.
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