ISIS goes hi-tech: Driverless car bomb to carry out attacks in West
They have also deployed scientists, ballistics experts to develop sophisticated weapons to carry out attacks in European countries.
According to Daily Mail, these people are working on to equip the group with remote-controlled vehicles which can be used as mobile bombs.
In another shocking revelation, ISIS has also modified defunct missiles to make them capable of downing passenger jets.
"I think this is one of the most significant intelligence finds in terms of ISIS," said Major Chris Hunter, a former UK Special Forces soldier and advisor to the British military.
The driverless car is fitted with mannequins with thermostats to produce the heat signature of humans so that it can easily cheat scanning machines that protect key buildings in the West.
Its scientists have also produced a homemade thermal battery for surface-to-air missiles.
Heat-seeking warheads can be used to target passenger and military aircraft. They are 99 per cent accurate once locked on.