In Germany, where 1,015 people were interviewed, 52% are ready to transfer from a car to a drone at all. In China, where 1,072 people were interviewed, 84% are willing to choose an autonomous taxi. Analysts attribute this difference to the fact that, at lower income levels, owning a car is usually a heavier burden. In the US, consumers are willing to pay up to $ 1,709 for a second-tier autopilot and $ 1,868 – for technology of the fourth level. In Germany, consumers are willing to pay $ 1,488 for the second level and $ 1,844 – for the fourth. In China, consumers are ready to part with $ 2,178 for the second level and $ 2,343 – for the fourth.