World’s first commercial driverless car goes on sale – but it only reaches a top speed of 12mph

The race to get the first self-driving cars on the road has seen the likes of Tesla and Google battle it out to develop their most advanced vehicles.
But a relatively small French company has now beaten the motor giants to it by unveiling the world’s first commercially available driverless car.
The forty-strong company, Induct, announced this week that its zero-emissions vehicle is now available in the U.S.