Ford Fusion’s Incremental Steps Towards Driverless Cars

Ford Fusion’s Incremental Steps Towards Driverless Cars

The new vehicle features a host of driver assist technologies that take steps towards automated driving.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 may 2012

The 2013 Ford Fusion features a suite of driver assist technologies, which form the basis for the company’s research and development of future mobility solutions.  They help further progress active safety technology that could lead to autonomous assisted driving in the long-term, which supports the theory that cars will take incremental steps towards being driverless instead of making a complete change. These new driver assist technologies include:

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