Baidu Apollo’s latest robotaxi, developed from a Hongqi EV in Beijing’s Shougang Park, 2020. Photo: HandoutBaidu Apollo’s latest robotaxi, developed from a Hongqi EV in Beijing’s Shougang Park, 2020. Photo: Handout
Baidu Apollo’s latest robotaxi, developed from a Hongqi EV in Beijing’s Shougang Park, 2020. Photo: Handout

Baidu Apollo head says technical issues and high costs likely to delay full roll-out of robotaxis until 2025

  • Full autonomous driving – without a safety driver – remains a challenge due to the complexities of navigating busy, real-world environments.

Topic |   Baidu
Baidu Apollo’s latest robotaxi, developed from a Hongqi EV in Beijing’s Shougang Park, 2020. Photo: HandoutBaidu Apollo’s latest robotaxi, developed from a Hongqi EV in Beijing’s Shougang Park, 2020. Photo: Handout
Baidu Apollo’s latest robotaxi, developed from a Hongqi EV in Beijing’s Shougang Park, 2020. Photo: Handout
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