The self propelled car company SparkFun has launched a website that lets users upload a video and upload a link to their own YouTube video.
The SparkFun Self-Powered Car page features a YouTube video of a SparkFun prototype car that shows the car cruising down a freeway in Los Angeles.
The website says the car can travel at “50 mph or more,” can go from 0 to 100 miles per hour in under two seconds, can accelerate from 0 mph to 80 mph in three seconds and can accelerate to 90 mph in under seven seconds.
The car can even make it around a bend in two seconds.
SparkFun says the SparkFun product is “the first to offer autonomous driving capability on a consumer scale.”
“We have worked tirelessly over the past three years to create a self-driven vehicle that is easy to control, easy to operate, and can travel on public roads,” SparkFun said in a statement.
“The SparkFun Smart Car is a groundbreaking product that brings a revolutionary vision to a market we have yet to enter.”
The Sparkfun website does not mention any specs for the Sparkfun self-powered car.
The company has launched the SparkTrail, a self propelled bike that costs $1,000.
The bike, which has a range of up to 10 miles, can be driven from San Francisco to Los Angeles in just two minutes.
It can travel for a distance of up and down city streets.
The Smart Car company said the new website will provide more details about the product in the future.