In an analysis of 11 countries, the Automotive Disruption Radar (ADR) has named the Netherlands as the leading country for introducing autonomous vehicles. The only major automotive market to rank was China at no. 2, while other key markets are at best in the midfield. Especially with respect to regulation of autonomous vehicles, countries are quickly making significant progress in providing a legal framework for testing the new technology on public roads. For example, Singapore introduced a more flexible legal framework for approving automated vehicles on public roads, enabling the first commercialisation of “robocab” business models.