We can think of a few names a little bit better for a driverless car than "CyberCar" (how about the AutoAuto?), but we're definitely not about to knock anything else about the laser-scanning, route-programmable, self-driving electric car. Well, maybe its whimpy golfcart-esque stylings, which, though may have been passable in its 3,000 successful free trial rides in the town of Antibes on the French Riviera, would hardly entice a fare in the fair town of New York.
The CyberCar driverless car hits the streets of the French Riviera
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