Honda's self-driving cars stop for pedestrians and avoid obstructions - and won't cost the earth
The Japanese car maker claims most of its competitors are applying pioneering driverless technology to luxury and high-end vehicles.
But it wants to use it in common brands, including the Accord and the Civic.
As the footage shows, the self-driving car stops for people crossing the road, moves around objects and looks at home in a normal street.
Honda's research and development manager, Jim Keller, outlined how Honda planned to use the technology slightly differently to its competitors.