Goodyear’s first vision for autonomous mobility

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At this year’s Geneva International Motor Show, Goodyear unveiled its restored Golden Sahara II concept vehicle, complete with its glowing tires.

Made in the 1950s, the vehicle was the tire and rubber company’s first autonomous concept vehicle with an interior that featured a television, telephone and button-less dash and instrument panel.

Its tires were also illuminated for safety reasons, with today’s AV also experimenting with lighting on other parts of self-driving vehicles to communicate with other road users and pedestrians.

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As editor of four magazines at UKi Media & Events James brings over a decade of writing about, and obsessing over, technology and cars to Automotive Interiors World, Stadia, Winter Sports Technology International and Auditoria. Responsible for commissioning, writing and editing each issue he’s covered the best (and worst) from around the industry on a continual search to feature the latest innovation or talking point on the next cover.

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