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Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled the prototype technologies from its UK-based research team, and in doing so revealed plans for autonomous driving in the future. A Remote Control Range Rover Sport research vehicle demonstrated the ways in which a driver is able to control the vehicle – without even getting inside. Using a smartphone, the driver is able to use an app to steer, accelerate and brake as well as change gear. The Director of Research and Technology at Jaguar Land Rover, Dr. Wolfgang Epple, said, “Getting a car out of a tricky parking manouevre can be a stressful experience for any driver. A Remote Control car, or a vehicle that can autonomously turn in the road, demonstrates how we could use these new technologies to reduce the tedious parts of driving and improve road safety.”