Toyota create 'crash test cyclist' to help develop driverless cars

The car maker has built a cycling crash test dummy in order to assess the radar technology on the driverless cars it's developing

The world's biggest car manufacturer has built one of the world's first crash test bicycles, complete with a crash test cyclist.

The new bike is like a jigsaw. It has pieces made of a shatter-resistant material. They break apart in a collision and can be slotted back together quickly, ready for another impact.

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