By Jon LeSage Intel plans to roll out 100 almost fully automated “Level 4” self-driving cars for testing starting later this year.
They’ll be tested in the U.S., Israel, and Europe. The fleet will start small and scale up to 100 vehicles eventually.
That announcement follows the Tuesday closing of a $15.3 billion acquisition of Mobileye, which is expected to be providing some of the needed technology in the test fleet.
Intel won’t say what cars they’ll be using, but they’re likely to be BMW 7 series. The computer chip company has an alliance with BMW, Delphi, and Mobileye. The company previously said its first 40
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