Siemens' autonomous 1965 Mustang will attempt the Goodwood hill climb

Postado Julho 13, 2018

"This makes them the ideal partner to undertake this significant feat".

Well, that's not exactly the case yet, but if this autonomous 1965 Ford Mustang serves as a crystal ball and actually does what it's supposed to, this could turn restomodding culture on its head.

The Duke of Richmond, who hosts the event, spent time with the 82-year-old trophy on the event's start line (pictured below), which is made of original bricks from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Siemens is going way, way back to the future to demonstrate its autonomous driving technology.

This 1965 Mustang will pair its period-correct 289 V8 with cutting-edge computing power to make a landmark hillclimb run at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed.

History will be made at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed as an autonomous vehicle will make its way up the hill and the attempt will be made today.

This feat in combination with the runs over race weekend marks a milestone moment at Goodwood, making Roborace the first-ever autonomous race auto to complete the hillclimb at the Festival of Speed. I can't believe this is our 25 anniversary, our silver jubilee year.

The autonomous Mustang is scheduled to climb the former Lord March's hill July 12, and will continue to climb twice a day until the festival concludes July 15.

Roborace will redefine the way you think about autonomous technology. We had no idea it would be such a success.

The Roborace team sent the Robocar for a test run earlier this morning, where it managed the run without the assistance of a safety driver.