Toyota has been dabbling in autonomous cars for a while now, using an older generation Lexus sedan as its test mule for the Toyota Research Institute (TRI). Now, the company is all set to show off its latest iteration of self-driving technology at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018, set to commence next week. While the new self-drive platform may not look too different from the TRI Platform 2.0, it adds a host of new optimisations and functionalities, all of which are crucial in the evolution of autonomous technology.
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