College Student Refitted A Car With Self-Driving Tech For $700 -- And It's Completely Legal Ryan Felton2/23/17 5:41pmFiled to: car technologyself-driving carsautonomous vehiclescomma.ai946EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkJorgen’s individual Honda Civic is not pictured, but it’s is a Honda Civic and it looks the same. Photo: HondaAutomakers and lawmakers are trying to figure out to implement some level of oversight of autonomous vehicles, but in the meantime some robot cars have already hit the road. For example, there’s college student Jorgen Brevenson’s Honda Civic, which he outfitted with autonomous gadgetry for just $700. Seven hundred dollars!In an interview with the MIT Technology Review, Brevenson explains he relied on the open-source self-driving car kit made by Comma.ai. You might recall Comma.ai from last fall, when the company’s CEO George Hotz introduced his Comma One driving kit, and said it could transform a boring traditional car into a hi-tech self-driving robot.