Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) is the hypothetical ability of an intelligent agent to understand and learn any intellectual task that a human can. It possesses the ability to analyse a situation on its own and take a calculative decision without being programmed in advance. AGI, also called ‘Strong AI’, with its six major branches (machine learning, neural network, robotics, expert systems, fuzzy logic and natural language processing) is being applied to many application areas, including driverless vehicle operation, vehicle design and manufacturing, road maintenance, traffic flow management, and passenger experience. While Weak AI has proven to be excellent at accomplishing one goal at a time, AGI will be able to accomplish multiple goals at the same time so it can, for example, drive a car. This panel will present and discuss views on the current status of AGI in general, on vehicle-related applications of AGI, different scenarios and timelines for their implementation, and concerns for how humans and AGI can co-exist.