That is simply the longest any driving vehicle has gone at interstate rates (around 62-68MPH), the organization guaranteed. Already, they needed to putt around at slower speeds, and much of the time on restricted street segments.
Three of the autos were gleaming new Nexo SUVs, (for example, the one above), while the other two were more natural Genesis G80 vehicles. They were likewise exhibits for cell tech, with 5G inside for rearward sitting arrangement keen home control, talk bots, spilling media and video calls with wellbeing advisors.
Is this a reputation stunt? You wager - Hyundai doesn't hope to popularize Level 4 autos until the point when 2021, with completely independent models touching base by 2030. The greater part of those will probably be unadulterated EVs, as well. What's more, when 5G systems are simply beginning, we wouldn't expect in-auto gigabit information for quite a while. In any case, this shows driverless autos aren't constrained to short city hikes.