By 2030, every fifth car in Japan will be unmanned
The Ministry of economy, trade and industry of Japan has implemented a plan to popularize self-driving cars in the country. By 2030, 20% of cars in the country should be unmanned.
As reported by DigiTimes Research, this year the government of Japan approved the use of driverless cars in areas with relatively low population level. In 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo will operate unmanned taxi. In 2025, self-driving cars will allow you to go to the track in 2027 — on the road small towns in 2030 — on all roads of the country.
The largest Japanese automaker Toyota Motor plans to commercialize the self-driving cars of its own design in the coming year.