Government to steer £40m research project for driverless vehicles

James Phillips
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Energy-optimising vehicles will benefit from £20m of government funding designed to establish UK as premier destination for revolutionary technology

Energy efficient driverless vehicles currently being pioneered by tech firms such as Google and Apple are to receive a £20m boost, after the government announced increased support for the nascent sector....

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