Tuesday, February 14, 2017

20 automakers combined produce 99% of the cars in the USA.

And they just met with the NHTSA about automatic braking systems, and they will be standard equipment starting in 2022

Toyota has promised to have it on all of its vehicles by 2017, and many vehicles already have the sensors and technology in place.

AEB technology is available on more than half of new cars being sold already, and 9% of US drivers already have AEB in their vehicles, according to a AAA survey, even though the median package price that includes the technology is $2,775. And as with nearly all driver assist technology, people who’ve experienced AEB in action are more likely to trust it than those who haven’t (71% versus 41%).


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