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Yamaha unveils autonomous and robot-driven motorcycles

By Reuters
18 January 2018   |   5:00 am
Ready to ride? Autonomous, self-balancing, and robot-driven. Yamaha brings next-generation technology to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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