Honda previews self-driving cars

by SpeedLux
Honda self-driving car

Honda Motor provided a preview of its autonomous prototypes on Wednesday, stating it was already going closer to providing semi-autonomous safety functions to the industry.

The Japanese automaker has never talked much regarding its plans for self-driving cars than bigger competitors like Toyota and General Motors, which in recent months have displayed significant research study and development tasks and big-ticket acquisitions.

However under the radar, Honda has actually been constructing semi-autonomous capability, consisting of forward-collision caution, lane- departure warning and lane-keeping aid. These functions are currently being presented in Honda’s Acuras and the Civic model year 2016.


With the present roll-out of self driving features, which it says will pave the way for full autonomy on highways by 2020, Honda states it varies from competitors, whose self-driving efforts have actually fixated their luxury designs.

Honda displayed 2 prototypes it has utilized in testing at the GoMentum Station, a 5,000-acre previous naval munitions zone that features 20 miles of paved road, tunnels and other infrastructure perfect for screening.

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