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GM plans to sell cars with ‘highly automated driving technology’ in two years’ time

08
Sep
2014

GM has announced details of its first cars to employ automated driving technology. Addressing the Intelligent Transport Society today, CEO Mary Barra said a new Cadillac model equipped with what the company calls Super Cruise, a semi-automatic system that enables hands-free driving on highways whether youre traveling fast or stuck in traffic, will go on sale in around two years. Barra calls Super Cruise an advanced, highly automated driving technology that lets the driver take a break from the wheel and pedals and let the car do the work. Also set to hit the market in two years is GMs first car equipped with V2V (vehicle-to-vehicle) technology.

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