The autonomous Mustang bit the hay bales

The autonomous Mustang bit the hay bales

Improvements are clearly needed: Ford's self-propelled Ford Mustang, 1965, finishes in the Haywood Festival of Speed ​​at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​(FOS) - a synonym for motor sport in its purest form. Actually. Sometimes, however, strange things happen in Sussex, England: for example, this year we saw an autonomously moving Ford Mustang who failed to perform well. The US muscle car has a GPS-based management system developed by Siemens and the English University in Crenfield.

Modern technology, however, failed the classic American car on Goodwood's narrow track: Mustang looked like a school car with a beginner driver. The driver had to intervene several times, and finally the"pony"headed and bite a hay ball aside from the road. Dear engineers, waiting for you still work!