Report shows majority would trust autonomous cars

When questioned about autonomous or driverless vehicles, more than half of global consumers (57%) stated they would be likely to ride in a car controlled entirely by technology that does not require a human driver. The most trusting consumers in this regard were in Brazil with 96%, India (86%), China (70%) and the USA (60%). However, confidence in the systems was less high in Europe and Japan, with under half of drivers in France and the UK (45%), 37% in Germany and only 28% in Japan, keen on the technology.