Honda offers demo of autonomous vehicle tech at GoMentum


Honda recently showcased its automated vehicle testing technology at the GoMentum Station in City of Concord, California, USA. The automaker’s second-generation automated development vehicle – a modified version of the Acura RLX Sport Hybrid SH-AWD – was on display there.

Laura Hoffmeister, mayor of the City of Concord, said at the event, “The City of Concord is looking forward to tracking the evolution of the new technology being developed by Honda at the GoMentum Station. It’s exciting to be the host city for GoMentum Station, and to know that our roads will be safer in the future thanks to the work being done there.”

The GoMentum Station features 20 miles of paved roadway on a 5,000-acre site located in the decommissioned zone of the Concord Naval Weapons Station. The site has paved, city-like roadway grids, buildings, and other urban infrastructure.

6 June, 2016


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