Driverless, 3D-printed vehicles debut on California college campus

Olli is the newest mode of transportation on one California campus, and it’s completely autonomous.

They’re self-driving shuttles that just rolled up to Sacramento State.

They can fit up to eight people on board, and there’s a special spot reserved for the safety steward. He can pull a hand-brake to stop the Olli if absolutely needed, but otherwise it will operate on its own.

According to the company, they’re the first of their kind – electric and 3D-printed.