When testing on a classical function test stand, the moving vehicle must be held in the middle of the stand by a driver viathe straight-ahead steering in order to prevent lateral drifting. This means that driverless testing of a vehicle on a typicalfunction test stand is only possible if the steering autonomously holds the vehicle in a straight line or if the vehicle is heldin the middle of the stand despite the steering angle 0. Furthermore, the functionality of steering is of interest in thetesting and validation of autonomous vehicles, e.g. in the simulation of an evasive maneuver. Therefore, a typical functiontest stand (Dürr brand name: "x-road") was modified on the front axle in such a way that the rotating front wheel supports,which are designed as double rollers, actively adapt to the orientation and position of the front wheels - recorded usinglaser measurement technology - via a highly dynamic control system. This means that the moving vehicle remains positionedin the middle of the function test stand regardless of the steering wheel position and without any intervention bythe vehicle's steering. With this new "steerable function test stand" (Dürr brand name: “x-road curve”), equipped withscreens for recording a virtual reality via the ADAS sensors, it is possible to test a drivable, autonomously driving vehiclewithout complex mechanical adaptations with regard to the reactions of traffic situations by comparing the actual movementwith the target movement of the vehicle.Dürr Assembly Products is one of the worldwide leading suppliers for DAS test rigs for passenger cars and commercialvehicles.