BYD: A Car With Remote Control Driving
Driving without actually having to lift more than a finger to navigate seems like a concept from a sci-fi movie, but IT and technology developer, BYD, has managed to achieve the unthinkable: a key-powered remote control that can move and steer any car without the presence of a driver. Wondering when a remote controlled car may come in handy? It’d be easier to get your car in or out of a tight parking space or get it to shelter during bad weather and all of this can be done without you ever having to step foot into the vehicle. Pretty outstanding, right? The remote control driving sytemp has directional keys that are used to move the car around at a maximum speed of 2 km/h for safety reasons, and can be activated from a distance of up to 10 meters. Aside from the fact that the car in the video looks like any other family-safe sedan (and not the sci-fi car you’d expect it to look like) the technological advancements have blown our mind. Plus, the BYD Su Rui car costs around $11,000-$16,000. Not too bad when you consider all the bells and whistles that come with it!