Uber has been testing an autonomous car prototype in China, but it’s not a self-driving car.
In fact, the prototype car is designed to be used by a group of taxi drivers and drivers for hire.
It’s part of a larger effort to make taxis safer and more efficient.
The company is testing the new autonomous vehicle in a parking lot in the southern city of Shenzhen.
But the cars are not fully autonomous.
A self-propelled truck driver is testing one of the cars in Shenzhen on a track.
It is a prototype that has to drive autonomously, the company said.
Why are they testing it?
The self-driven vehicle prototype is designed as a test vehicle for a new industry that will soon emerge: taxis.
Uber’s self-drive testing is the latest attempt to find a way to make the transportation of people and goods cheaper and more convenient.
Self-driving cars are still far from being a reality.
In the U.S., the cost of a ride on a new, fully autonomous UberX is currently around $70,000.
This new prototype, Uber’s latest effort to show off a selfdrive car, will cost about $40,000 to test.
Is the car safe?
Uber has tested the prototype for six months and found that it is safe.
It has also found that the vehicles can safely operate on roads with limited visibility, according to a statement from Uber.
What about the public?
Uber is using the self-drives to test how safe they will be.
If the self drive cars are safe, the test will likely result in a surge in the number of rides on the taxi system, Uber said.
But there’s a chance the test might also result in lawsuits against Uber.
Uber said in a statement that the tests are in China and that it will cooperate with authorities.
The company said that it would pay for the legal costs incurred in the test.