article By Jessica Blevins | September 13, 2018 12:16pm EDTThe concept of using a Bionic car was a big one in 2017, but it’s not yet possible to build one.
But thanks to the work of a small team of people at the Robotics Lab at MIT, it’s now possible.
The team behind the project has already designed, built and tested an entirely autonomous vehicle, which they call the “Aerospace Car,” capable of running at speeds of up to 65 mph.
The team says they plan to start building more vehicles that can run at 50 mph.
The car is so self-sufficient that it can get its own electricity, and it can drive itself with a GPS navigation system, a radar, and even a camera to provide it with the information it needs to avoid collisions with obstacles.
The idea is to put the car on the roads, allowing it to operate autonomously and not requiring a driver.
The MIT team has also built an electric motorcycle that can be driven without a driver and can travel at speeds up to 150 mph.
At the end of this year, the group plans to build a Bionics Car that can actually drive itself.
The first version of the vehicle is a 3D printed model, but the team is working on making it even better and will soon begin prototyping.
MIT researchers hope to have a fully autonomous vehicle ready by the end at the end, so it could eventually be on the road.
It’s not clear when this vehicle will be available, but with the research coming out of the Lab, it seems like a safe bet.