From 1956: General Motors' Future Vision Of Driverless Cars
For the 1956 Motorama auto show, General Motors produced this musical short 'Key to the Future,' which predicted self-driving cars in the far-off future of 1976.
Those Jet-Age types of the 1950's sure thought the world of "The Jetson's" would happen sooner than later, predicting auto-lane-change, hands-off-steering, on-screen navigation, autopilot and more...
The General Motors Motorama was an auto show staged by GM from 1949 to 1961.
These automobile extravaganzas were designed to whet public appetite and boost automobile sales with displays of fancy concept cars and other special or halo models.
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