In certain U.S. cities, you might spy an Uber-branded Volvo XC90 SUV with extra rooftop sensors as part of the ride-hailing company’s fleet of self-driving prototypes. On Wednesday, Volvo and Uber announced a new production-ready XC90 that’s capable of driving itself without a backup driver, a provision the ride-hailing company currently employs.
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The latest of Uber’s self-driving Volvo XC90s remains the current-generation SUV, but Volvo calls it “the first production car that in combination with Uber’s self-driving system is capable of fully driving itself.” Features include “several” backup systems for steering, braking and battery power, according to the automaker. Such systems can bring the self-driving XC90 to a stop should any primary systems fail.