So far, only ten prototypes.
In terms of the pace of development of the autopilot, Chinese automakers and technology companies are in no way inferior to Western ones, but tests of the corresponding vehicles are predictably carried out in China. As reminded by Reuters, last year the Apollo Go subsidiary of the Chinese Internet giant Baidu received permission from the Chinese authorities to transport passengers in automatic taxis in a commercial mode, charging customers a fare.
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In Wuhan and Chongqing, the corresponding Apollo Go prototypes managed to carry out 1.4 million commercial shipments by the end of the third quarter of this year. At the same time, there was no safety driver behind the wheel of the car, the presence of which was provided for by the previous stages of testing. Baidu has now received permission to carry out commercial passenger transportation by similar vehicles on the territory of one of Beijing’s technology parks. Next year, the metropolitan area, which will be allowed to operate a taxi without a driver, should be expanded, and the fleet of cars will increase from 10 to 200 units, taking into account other regions of China that will be covered by the service.