ROBOCAR: The world's first driverless electric race car

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Roborace unveiled world's first driverless electric race car dubbed ‘Robocar’ at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The stunning vehicle weighs 975 kilograms and measures 4.8 metres long by two metres wide. It has four motors, each with 300kW and a 540kW battery to allow the car to reach dizzy speeds of over 200 mph (320km/h).
Two of the Robocars will go head to head in a race later this year, setting up the potential for a race series dedicated to driverless cars.
The futuristic car is the brainchild of Mr Daniel Simon, Roborace Chief Design Officer, an automotive futurist who creates vehicles for Hollywood sci-fi blockbusters, including Tron Legacy and Oblivian, reports the Daily Mail.
'This is a huge moment for Roborace as we share the Robocar with the world and take another big step in advancing driverless electric technology.” Said Denis Sverdlov, Roborace CEO.
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