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  • Jaguar to develop remote control vehicles
  • Jaguar to develop remote control vehicles
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Jaguar to develop remote control vehicles

Ever had to manoeuvre your car out of a tight spot and wished you had a pair of eyes on the ground? Jaguar is now researching a feature which will enable drivers to move their vehicle via a smartphone app. But do people really want to control their car like a remote control toy?

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