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Cadillac's New Driving Technology to Get Real-World Testing

Posted on May 6, 2013

DETROIT -- General Motors said May 2 it is planning to take its Cadillac brand's semi-autonomous “Super Cruise” driving technology to the next stage of testing, which includes real-world driving assessment and other tests. The company reiterated its previous announcement that this technology could end up in production models later this decade.

Super Cruise is a system that allows for autonomous lane following, braking, and speed control under specific driving conditions. GM said it designed the system to assist the driver on freeways, in bumper-to-bumper traffic, and on road trips but that the system still requires the driver to pay attention to the road and driving conditions.

Full story at Automotive-Fleet.com.

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