Volkswagen’s Dixie Highway is the world’s first self-driving car, and it’s one of the biggest news stories of the week.
The automaker is hoping the $100,000-plus machine can help make it easier for people to get around.
But as a reminder of what’s ahead in the world of transportation, the news is getting a little out of hand.
Here are some of the most interesting headlines from this week: Volkswagen’s latest Dixie will be its first fully autonomous vehicle.
Its a big deal.
Volkswagen is one of a handful of automakers that have already begun testing fully autonomous vehicles.
As of now, the Dixie highway is Volkswagen’s biggest test of its autonomous vehicle, but the automaker isn’t ready to give it a full ride yet.
The first tests will be in 2021 and 2022, with the final test slated for 2021.
It’s a good step forward.
The Dixie is the company’s first fully self-driven vehicle, which is a big step in the right direction.
Dixie is a bit different from the other autonomous cars on the road, and the company isn’t quite sure what to expect.
The automaker has said the Dixies first trials will focus on driving, and its not clear how it’ll perform under real-world traffic conditions.
But Volkswagen’s got plenty of other big news to get excited about, including a new version of its Eos SUV.
It’s a new compact SUV that VW hopes will have more of an edge over competitors.
Volkswagen’s new Eos, which will be available in 2019, is based on the same platform as the Eos E. The new EOS is a six-passenger, three-row vehicle that starts at $57,500.
Here’s what you need to know about the new Eo, which Volkswagen says will have a range of about 200 miles.