This is a great sequel story for our recent blog post about “connected cars.”
While the consortium of carmakers works on communication BETWEEN vehicles — you have companies like Nissan that are developing more automatic systems for your car of the near-future. For several years now we’ve had cars that can park themselves. That’s nothing compared to what’s next.
Look for Autonomous Emergency Steering, which will take over control of your ride when it detects a hazard.
Then there’s also Active Engine Braking, a system designed for better stability of your vehicle on turns.
Which leaves us to wonder what the driver is for?! Why don’t we simply build a transit system with compartments for parties of four?
Read the full article on Jalopnik here.