Each car's interior features just two seats with seat belts, buttons to start and stop, and a display that shows your route.
In July, California will begin taking driving license applications for self-driving cars.
After 700,000 autonomous miles, Google's self-driving car is closer than ever to operating without human intervention.
If you drift off or stop paying attention, the system will notice and alert you, perhaps encouraging you to keep your eyes on the road.
Mitsubishi Electric is developing predictive technology for cars that will suggest routes, find a favorite radio program, make phone calls and more.
By 2050 all vehicles on the road will be self-driving, according to a new report. Don't believe it? Unsure how you feel about it? Laci explains how these autonomous cars are coming sooner than you think.
The Swedish car company sees numerous benefits to the technology -- reducing emissions, alleviating traffic, and making driving more relaxing.
The transportation solutions are not just spinning their wheels.