British man creates driverless sleeper car

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If you've ever gotten in a car and wanted to take a nap during the ride - a designer in England has something quite fitting for you -- it's a driverless sleeper car.

Dominic Wilcox designed the bedroom on wheels with a stain glass view.

Wilcox got his inspiration from two things -- a visit to Durham Cathedral in England and the 1959 "Mini."

The car was displayed last week at the London Design Festival.

The hand-cut glass on the car is the same technique used to make the famous Tiffany lamps.

Wilcox says this is his vision of what cars will look like in the year 2059, when cars are proven to be safer when they're being controlled by a computer

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