Continental’s self-driving chief sees full autonomy taking time

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HANOVER, Germany — The first fully autonomous vehicles able to handle all conditions on public roads — and potentially replacing private car ownership, will probably not appear until after 2030, said Continental’s head of self-driving car projects, Andree Hohm. “People always ask me when driverless vehicles will be on the road,” he said this month at Continent’s Tech Show in Hanover, “and I tell them the answer is ‘today.’

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