Self-Driving Cars, Thank You

Let's face it, driving can be exhausting -- not to mention, very distracting while texting. What with all that steering, pedal pressing and road watching. That's why Google spearheaded the first completely autonomous, self-driving car and why California and Nevada legalized self-driving cars on the road. Now, Lexus is attempting to one-up Google's maiden effort with their own attempt at vehicular greatness -- their "Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle" unveiled at the 2013 Consumer Electronic Show. In this baby, you would have to be behind the wheel at all times (known as "piloted driving"), but it's quite possible you could be napping at the wheel -- figuratively, not literally. Lexus hopes to have these on the road by 2020.

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