By TOMOHIRO YAMAMOTO/ Staff Writer
September 29, 2021 at 06:30 JST
Up to three passengers can be accommodated in the backseats. A large screen in front of the passengers show how the self-operating vehicle accelerates, slows and changes lanes. This photo was taken on Sept. 7 in Yokohama’s Nishi Ward. (Tomohiro Yamamoto)
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