Another day, another company getting into the autonomous driving game. This time around it’s Kia, and it’s making a bold claim: 100 percent automated vehicles in its fleet by 2030. The cars will be powered by a new feature the company is calling ‘Drive Wise,’ replacing the company’s current ADAS (advanced driver assistance system) platform. These vehicles will theoretically not need any user assistance whatsoever, and should be able to drive even without a user inside it. You would be able to ‘loan’ a vehicle to a family member by sending it to their address with a smartphone app, for instance. Drive Wise…

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