AV developers are playing a long game

Patient investors will likely reap dividends as automakers make slow progress towards safe autonomous vehicles. By Jacob Moreton

For all the excitement prompted by autonomous vehicle (AV) development, the automotive industry is still some distance away from mass deployment.

Although self-driving vehicles are being piloted in a number of areas, particularly in the US, it is likely to be some time before consumers can buy a vehicle fitted with Level 4 autonomous technology. In part that’s because the technology itself is proving hard to master, according to Sam Abuelsamid, Principal Analyst E-Mobility at Guidehouse Insights.

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