Autonomous vehicles are nearly ready to hit the market, making advancements like Mitsubishi's mirrorless car seem like a natural progression. While it may seem terrifying, this prototype vehicle was given the go-ahead from the United Nations and more recently, Mitsubishi announced that it believes to have developed the " highest-performing vehicle camera, able to detect objects up to 100 meters away."
The vehicle leverages AI to prevent accidents, by offering drivers an "advanced warning" of approaching objects. Allegedly, this vehicle can detect the difference between cars changing lanes, bicycles and pedestrians, enabling a driver to act accordingly.
This innovative vehicle offers drivers a safer and blind spot-free view of the road. Mitsubishi's mirrorless vehicle is expected to hit the market in Japan next year.