A few days ago, a video was posted that recorded two driverless cars arguing, attracting the attention of many Chinese netizens.
In the video, specifically on the streets of Beijing, two driverless vending cars collide because one is blocking the road of the other. Both cars then shouted repeatedly: “Driving, please get out of the way”, to ask the opponent to make way for him.
However, both cars refused to yield to the other. One car says a sentence, the other car responds with a sentence. The white car in front during the argument also gave an explanation: “On sale, please wait”.
Finally, the white driverless car, after delivering the goods to the customer, actively ended the argument, moving forward to give way to the red driverless car.
Driverless cars arguing on the street.
The online community also noticed an interesting fact that the white car is Genky Forest’s sales car, and the red car is Coca-Cola’s. And both are beverage manufacturers.
Many people joke that the battle between Genky Forest and Coca-Cola has stretched from the screen and the stores, spread to driverless cars on the street, it is a very fierce battle. However, many people also think that this is a technical problem, because just because one parking position causes two cars to quarrel, it is “outrageous”.