Autopilot is an advanced driver assistance system that enhances safety and convenience behind the wheel. When used properly, Autopilot reduces your overall workload as a driver. 8 external cameras, a radar, 12 ultrasonic sensors and a powerful onboard computer provide an additional layer of safety to guide you on your journey
1. 2020 Tesla Model S.
Tesla’s big new feature: Autopilot now halts cars at red lights and stop signs. … As Electrek reports, the new feature for Autopilot means Teslas equipped with Autopilot will now be able to handle intersections. Tesla states that its own data shows the safety record with Autopilot getting better and better. In Q3 of 2018, they stated that Tesla drivers with Autopilot on had an accident every 3.34M miles, while those with it off had one every 1.92M miles.
2. 2020 Cadillac CT6.
GM’s luxury brand rolls out its Super Cruise technology in the flagship CT6 sedan later this summer. The feature lets the car drive itself on the highway, maintaining its position within the lane and maintaining a safe following distance. Cadillac hasn’t forgotten about its brand-exclusive Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system first launched in 2017. The CT5 will be the second vehicle Cadillac offers with the hands-free highway driving system, the first being the CT6.
3. 2020 Nissan Rogue.
In the U.S. market, Nissan introduced ProPilot Assist in the 2018 Nissan Rogue, a compact crossover SUV. It uses radar to maintain a safe following distance to traffic ahead automatically, and a camera to identify lane markings and adjust the steering to center the vehicle in the lane of travel. While it’s a relatively simple system compared with some on high-end vehicles, it actually does take a lot of the tedium out of highway driving and stop-and-go commutes. A longer answer: It’s definitely worth adding if you already wanted a fully dressed Rogue
4. 2020 BMW X7.
all BMW vehicles offer level one automation, and many even offer level two. The current BMW Personal CoPilot driver assistance systems support drivers on the road and help ensure additional safety and comfort. BMWs equipped with standard Active Driving Assistant can be optioned with a Driving Assistance Professional Package.
It includes adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go capability, active collision avoidance for the blind-spot warning system, front cross-traffic warning, and Active Driving Assistant Pro. Though the BMW Traffic Jam Assistant and BMW Lane Keeping Assistant are both parts of the BMW ConnectedDrive suite of BMW technologies, the BMW lane keeping assistant is more focused on keeping you in your lane safely at speeds up to 130 MPH.
5. 2020 Infiniti QX50.
The ProPILOT Assist technology equipped in select 2020 INFINITI QX50 models is a hands-on driver assistance system that provides lane-keeping, throttle, and brake control assistance. This innovative driver-assist is designed to put your mind at ease when you find yourself stuck in traffic on your daily commute or on longer journeys across the state.
Learn more about how to use this intelligent technology from our INFINITI dealer in Mobile, AL, and take advantage of all that your vehicle has to offer today! Luckily for you, ProPilot Assist does most of the work for you, and there are just a few things you need to know when using it. To turn your ProPilot Assist feature on, locate, and press the blue icon on the right side of your steering wheel. A temporary popup of driver-assistive technologies will be displayed and this will be followed by the ProPilot Assist status screen.
6. 2020 Volvo XC60.
Every Volvo vehicle offers the feature. Volvo Pilot Assist is standard equipment on the 2020 S90, XC90, V90, and V90 Cross Country. On all other models, it is available as part of the Advanced Package. You can switch from active Pilot Assist to active Adaptive cruise control by pressing the left arrow button on the steering wheel. If you want to reactivate Pilot Assist, press the right arrow button on the steering wheel. Pilot Assist helps the driver to drive the car between the lane’s side markings using steering assistance as well as to maintain an even speed, combined with a preselected time interval to the vehicle ahead.
7. 2020 Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
‘The new S-Class raises Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive to the next level,’ says Dr Michael Hafner, Head of Automated Driving and Active Safety at Mercedes‑Benz. ‘We are approaching the goal of automated driving more purposefully and faster than many people suspect. From the autumn, the new S‑Class will be able to support its driver considerably better than all systems which have been available to date.’
With new and considerably extended driving assistance functions, the new S‑Class will this autumn be taking a further, major step towards autonomous driving. Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC and Active Steering Assist now support the driver even more conveniently in keeping a safe distance and steering, and the vehicle speed is now also automatically adjusted in bends and at road junctions. Also on board are Active Emergency Stop Assist and a considerably improved Active Lane Change Assist.
8. 2021 Toyota RAV4.
The RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid could still be a hit, allowing large numbers of Toyota customers to commute emissions-free. That will depend on whether or not Toyota wants to genuinely support its new plug-in crossover. That will start with securing batteries for more than 5,000 vehicles a year. media sources indicated that Toyota targeted 300 sales per month in Japan. Sales volume in the US will be similar, based on today’s confirmation that only 5,000 units will be available for the first model year. That will grow to 20,000 by the second year.