Tampa museum to debut $250k driverless car, the latest in a race to market

Tampa will serve as a test track for one of the smallest players in the driverless car race ā€” a French company named Induct Technology that turned heads in Las Vegas last year with a self-driving shuttle car.Value: $250,000. Tampa will be the first city in the United States to have an Induct Navia regularly driving people. It will be the first of eight cities in the U.S. to have the Navia, marketing and communications specialistMegan Haskins said in an interview on Monday. MOSI will debut the car in Tallahassee later this month during STEM Day.