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2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Will Drive Itself

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Mercedes-Benz is hard at work on its next-generation of adaptive cruise control, a system that should take them one step closer to autonomous driving. Continue Reading...

Adaptive Cruise Control Seeping Into Affordable Segments

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Did you know that affordable, mainstream cars are getting those impressive, eyebrow-raising features that are usually reserved for high-end luxury cars? Continue Reading...

Top 10 Affordable Cars With Adaptive Cruise Control

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Adaptive cruise control is common on many high-end cars, but did you know that a massive monthly payment isn’t necessary to access the technology? Cars with adaptive cruise control will slow down and speed up according to the vehicle ahead, making highway commuting much easier. Some systems will even stop the car completely and then… Continue Reading...

2015 Mustang Can Order Pizza Delivery On The Go

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In the latest of an ongoing series of technical briefings Ford showcased some of the advanced technology going in the brand-new 2015 Mustang. Some high-end driver-assistance features will be made available for the first time in addition to a host of new standard equipment. Continue Reading...

Toyota Announces New City, Highway Safety Systems

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Two new safety systems from Toyota were announced in Japan today that will better protect pedestrians and make highway driving safer. Continue Reading...

Beam Me Up, Conti! Testing Tomorrow’s Car Tech, Today

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Adaptive cruise control, emergency brake assist and blind-spot monitoring were the stuff of science fiction just a decade ago, but today these features are available on many reasonably priced, mass-market vehicles. Pushing driver assistance even further, Continental is developing a suite of advanced technologies with some pretty amazing capabilities. Continue Reading...

Self-Driving Cars a Reality by 2025 Says Major Parts Supplier Continental

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Traffic, inclement weather and road construction add up to headaches and frustration for motorists. According to automotive supplier company Continental the typical driver spends an average 50 minutes per day commuting to work. Add it up and that’s roughly 300 hours per year that could be spent doing more productive things. Continue Reading...
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