As automakers add safety and convenience driver aids to their mainstream vehicles, many drivers will benefit from self-driving technology without ever experiencing an autonomous vehicle.
Nissan already offers a system that makes driving easier and safer so subtly that many car owners will never realize how much it’s helping them.
“It’s more relaxed driving,” John Maddox, president and CEO of the American Center for Mobility, the new test track for developing autonomous and driver-assistance systems in Willow Run, just west of Detroit. Maddox uses a CT6 with Super Cruise on his daily commute. “I’m less inclined to speed or weave in and out of traffic.”
Read the article at Detroit Free Press.