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Volvo's self-driving cars will soon hit the streets in Sweden

Volvo recently unveiled its futuristic concept car the 360c. Photo: Volvo

Published: 14.Sep.2018 14:59 hrs

Volvo will begin testing self-driving vehicles in the Gothenburg area, Di Digital reported on Friday.

The Swedish Transport Agency (Transportstyrelsen) recently granted the Swedish auto giant permission to begin real-world testing of its self-driving cars, boosting the company’s chances of meeting its stated goal of bringing the technology to market by 2021. 
 
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