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Bosch finds pro-autonomous sentiment, still nerves around safety

A Bosch survey has found more than 52% of new car buyers expect to own at least one self-driving automobile in their household in the next 10 years – but that car buyers still have trust issues for self-driving technology that could cause them to hold back on making a self-driving purchase. Given that many vehicles already offer self-driving features, like advanced cruise control, and that automakers are now planning self-driving vehicles to launch in the next 3-5 years, these expectations are not surprising. The survey reached 1,000 US based car buyers, who have purchased or leased at least one vehicle in the last 5 years, and its findings clearly support that US car buyers are expecting self-driving vehicles. Audi…

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