Renault CEO says cyclists are the biggest problem for driverless cars

Renault chief executive Carlos Ghosn said cyclists were a big problem for driverless cars, ahead of its planned launch of semi-autonomous cars this year

Photo: Nissan Motor Co. Ltd

Renault chairman and chief executive Carlos Ghosn has claimed that cyclists are proving to be the biggest challenge to the development of driverless cars.

Mr Ghosn, who is also chairman and CEO of Nissan, said that Renault will launch is first, semi-autonomous driverless cars this year, which can accelerate, steer and stop on its own.

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