Aston Martin’s Self-driving Laconda, LM-RB 001


Aston Martin unveiled its entry into self-autonomous vehicles with the AM-RB 001

Editorial note: were I working for RD it would’ve been designated AM JB 007 for reasons obvious to every Bond fan.

Assuming you’re willing to give up the wheel on this sleek beast, this wonder will boast all the self-automation features (car-avoidance, self-park, lane change) features that we will eventually all grow to know, love and expect of our cars. In addition AM is placing a focus on cyber-security; likely in response to reports we seen of car systems being compromised.

Which threat is greater: car-jacking or car-hacking?

Either way, the model, which debuted this week at the Toronto Car show, isn’t available yet, so we’ve time to start saving our pennies and pounds.

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Author: quincy harley jr

Quincy is a technophile, coach and Learning Development expert. He has an extensive legal IT background and is practiced in MS Office application support and product development. As a project leader he has been integral in numerous new application rollouts. Whatever spare time he has, is spent with reading, archery and watching his young sons grow.

4 thoughts on “Aston Martin’s Self-driving Laconda, LM-RB 001”

  1. Great – let’s get it for Christmas

    Check punctuation “…sleek beast. , this wonder…”

    Kisses

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  2. I’ve been a driver, a careful driver, for a long time. I have not ridden in a self-autonomous vehicle. Will I eventually grow to know, love, and expect these features? Not sure. You have, correct?

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