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Renault-Nissan CEO says excited by “connected” driverless car future

LISBON: The most exciting part of the technology in driverless cars will be the one spent in the extra two hours drivers will gain per day when they no longer have to sit behind the wheel, the chief executive of Renault-Nissan said on Tuesday. Speaking to Reuters at the Web Summit being held this week in Lisbon, Carlos Ghosn said the extra two hours - the average time spent by drivers behind the wheel worldwide - will open an entire new world of technological possibilities. "The most exciting technology is the…