Twisted ISIS fanatics are developing a driverless car that could be used to carry out bomb attacks, a Nato expert has warned.
ISIS terror boffins in the groups HQ of Raqqa in Syria are believing to be working on a similar type of vehicle to those being produced by Google.
It is thought ISIS could be planning to load cars with explosives then use the technology to drive them to a specific location before detonating.
Thousands of driverless cars are set to be rolled out onto the UK's streets over the next few years and it is feared sick jihadis could use them to unleash devastating carnage, Express online reports.
Nato's deputy assistant secretary general for emerging security threats Dr Jamie Shea told how the terror group was using their bomb making factory in Raqqa to develop the technology.