The creators of the first Middle Eastern supercar made an autonomous carFebruary 21, 2019
W Motors has shown autonomous MUSE
W Motors, which developed the first Middle East supercar Lykan Hypersport, will present the MUSE drone at the Shanghai Motor Show. On the road, the car will be released by the beginning of the world exhibition Expo 2020, which will be held in Dubai.
Fully electric MUSE – a joint designed by W Motors and the Chinese ICONIQ Motor, whose partners are Magna Steyr, Microsoft and the UAE authorities. The UAV is equipped with an autonomous control system of level 4-5, an innovative interface and is connected to a cloud-based remote control and monitoring system. The interior of the car is also adapted to the requirements of the customer.
The assembly of UAVs will be adjusted at the new W Motors plant in Dubai. The first phase of the construction of the complex will be completed in the fourth quarter of this year. Simultaneously with the pre-order MUSE city authorities announced the strategy for the development of unmanned vehicles. The transition to autonomous cars will allow replenishing the budget by 22 billion dirhams annually, reducing the amount of harmful emissions and accidents.
In the summer of last year, it became known that an entry-level supercar will appear in the W Motors lineup, which will compete with the Ferrari 488, as well as a “charged” crossover. The latter will be “more exclusive and sporting in terms of materials” than the Lamborghini Urus.
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