Toyota’s self-driving cars to debut by 2021
Toyota is rolling out the first of its autonomous vehicles to dealerships in 2021, according to an announcement from the company.
The autonomous vehicle will be sold in a select number of US states and the company is already planning to offer them at dealerships.
The first fleet of the vehicle will come on-line in 2020, and the first models will be priced around $35,000.
The announcement comes a day after Google unveiled its new self-driven car that will compete with Tesla in California, where it will cost an average of $35K to rent a Model 3.
The vehicle will compete directly with the likes of Tesla’s Model S and Mercedes’ E-Class, which have a similar price tag.