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GM Sees Most New Cars With Autonomous Highway Capability by 2025

GM Sees Most New Cars With Autonomous Highway Capability by 2025

General Motors believes most vehicles will have autonomous highway driving in 10 years.

At the ITS World Congress, the American automaker predicted that most vehicles will have autonomous highway driving and vehicle-to-vehicle technology by 2025. In addition, the company also believes that by 2025, vehicles will be able to stream video thanks to 5G connections.

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The American automaker also revealed that its future Cadillac models will not only come with vehicle-to-vehicle technology but will also be adding an autopilot-style cruise control in 2017. Meanwhile, other automakers such as Honda and Toyota believe that driverless vehicles will come well after 2025.

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[Source: Automotive News]

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