Driverless cars are now tootling around their own ‘city’ in South Korea

“K-City” covers 80 acres (3.45 million square feet) of land and this week the first section opened for companies that are keen on using the facility to test their technology in conditions that mimic real-life road conditions. Samsung, SK Telecom, Hyundai, and Kia Motors are among a number of companies expected to make use of K-City.
In an effort to offer realistic driving conditions, the site, which is located about 20 miles south of Seoul, includes “highways, downtown areas, city outskirts, and communal environments,” the Korea Herald reported.