Electra, a self-driving electric car, is scheduled to begin commercial sales in 2021.
Electra’s chief technology officer, Jason Leong, told NBC News that the company’s vehicles are fully autonomous.
Electras first commercial car, Electra SE, will feature autonomous driving features, which include a rear-view camera and automatic lane departure warning.
Electrals first vehicle, Electras new Energi, will also have an auto-dynamic driving mode.
The electric car market is worth more than $500 billion and will continue to grow.
It is predicted that electric cars will be the world’s largest single-use consumer product market by 2020.
Electrum is an Israeli electric car company that sells a range of electric vehicles to the public and is working on a range-extending car, the Electra eX.
Electra is currently testing its electric vehicle in Israel.
The company is also working on an “extended range” vehicle, which would have a range comparable to a car with electric motors, but it is still being tested and won’t have an official name yet.
Electras first fully autonomous vehicle, the Energy, will be sold to Israeli authorities.
In 2018, Electronic Corporation of America acquired Electra.
Electrons current market share is more than 75% according to Autonomous Systems Research Institute.