The complex includes obstacles that a vehicle can find in any city in the world
South Korea has unveiled information about its giant test track for self- employed cars. With more than 35 hectares of surface, it is the largest automotive complex of self-direction in the world.
The test bench called K-City will include bus lanes, freeways and parking areas. There you will recreate the obstacles that a vehicle can find in any city in the world such as buildings, sidewalks, intersections, traffic signs, street lamps, roundabouts, bridges and tunnels.
Samsung Electronics, Hyundai and Kia Motors are the firms that have already agreed to test their cars at the complex before the end of the year, allowing them to conduct trials without the necessary permission to do so on the public highway.
It is estimated that the final city cost of testing for autonomous vehicles will be over $ 15 million and is expected to be fully available by mid-2018.