New Ford Cars Can Automatically Steer Drivers In The Right Lane

New Ford Cars Can Automatically Steer Drivers In The Right Lane
technology

Lane-keeping technology ensures that drivers don't drift in the wrong direction.

Yi Chen
  • 25 january 2012


The Ford Motor Company recently revealed its ‘lane-keeping technology’ that will be launched as an option in its 2013 Ford Fusion and Ford Explorer vehicles. Ford’s innovation uses an built-in camera mounted to the rear-view mirror that monitors the lane markings to work out the position of the car on the road. If the car edges over the lane, the steering wheel will vibrate to warn the driver. If the driver does not steer back, the software can take over the power steering and automatically steer the car towards the center of the lane.

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