Forget about what we told you yesterday, as it looks like Uber’s self-driving cars are back on the road. After temporarily suspending its pilot program because of a collision in Tempe, Arizona on Friday, an Uber spokesperson told Reuters the company finished a “brief investigation and cleared its autonomous cars to resume driving”. Hmmm, maybe robots really are better drivers than humans after all. So, Uber will continue conducting its self-driving pilot program in Tempe, Arizona, San Francisco, California and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Info continues to trickle in from the upcoming 2017 New York International Auto Show, as Nissan plans a North American debut of a limited production GT-R Track Edition. But why wait for that, we’ll actually have a full track test of the Track Edition in this weekend’s show! Be sure to tune in for that, as well as keep an eye on this space for more New York Auto Show news.