Looking forward to the next 22 years, it’s clear that the pace of change is only going to accelerate.
A DMI survey, which went to drivers of 2014 vehicles or newer representing a dozen brands, asked motorists about the features they currently use in their cars, as well as the features they desire in the future.
Americans Don’t Fully Understand Capabilities of Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems, AAA Survey Finds
A new survey from AAA finds 40 percent of Americans expect partially automated driving systems – with names such as Autopilot, ProPILOT and Pilot Assist – to have the ability to drive the car by itself.
The looming shift to autonomous technology is one of five trends that IHS Markit’s Mark Seng highlighted in an Oct. 31 presentation at AAPEX.
The first mass-production car with power steering was the 1951 Chrysler Imperial, and ever since then, the system used to reduce the force needed to turn vehicles has evolved.