Autonomous cargo transport isn’t a dream, as evidenced by a Swedish company, Einride, which just launched their self-driving and electric pod trucks. Lest you giggle and say there’s no way, keep in mind that Einride was actually the first one to test a fully autonomous and electric heavy transport vehicle on a public road. The goal is a fully automated fleet that’s available worldwide, and the pod can actually go from assistive to fully autonomous and various levels in between. Remote operators can also monitor and control the Einride pod without any onboard driver required. The black-and-white pod is aerodynamic, attractive, and practical in terms of both mobility and capacity. It also gets high-performance LED headlights and full-height taillights for maximum visibility by other drivers. Not only should the pods be able to network seamlessly, but they will also drastically reduce carbon footprints normally left by conventional gas and diesel fleets.