AutoX opens robo-taxi pilot in mainland Chinese city Shenzhen for general public

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The company is using modified Chrysler Pacifica minivans in its fully driverless robo-taxi pilot program

Mainland Chinese autonomous driving startup AutoX has opened its fully driverless robo-taxi pilot service in Shenzhen, mainland China, to the general public, the company said in a press release today. Interested people can sign up for the pilot program by registering with AutoX. The startup firm then selects which registrants are invited to ride in its fully autonomous car.

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