Hyundai Genesis is the first self-driving car to get a temporary license plate from Korean government


GenesisHyundai’s luxury sedan Genesis is South Korea’s first self-driving car to get a temporary license plate from Korean government. The Genesis prototype has a package of special devices, including cutting-edge GPS and high-tech sensors as well as apparatuses to allow it to stay within its lane and keep a safe distance from the car ahead.

Six routes are designated by the Korean ministry for Genesis. The license is valid for five years and as per government rule, at least two people are required to stay in the car during its test drive. The move is part of efforts to commercialize autonomous vehicles and develop driverless cars in the long term.

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