Self-Driving Cars == Horseless Carriages?
We need a new name for self-driving cars
At the dawn of the automobile era, cars were referred to as horseless carriages. The term began in 1803, with the first horseless carriage demonstration in London, Britain, by Richard Trevithick. It took another 90 years of development and transition to associate the words car and automobile with this new invention.
How long will it take self-driving cars to achieve a new moniker?
Pure Breed Ford Mustang Racing?
Will the action of driving cars manually also follow the path of the horseless carriage? Will cars only be owned by the rich to drive around private estates and competitions like the horse? Time will tell.