Nissan, Hyundai promise autonomous features in 2015

Automotive announcements around autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assist (ADAS) continue to dribble into the news cycle. Hyundai, using technologies developed along with tier-one partner Hyundai Mobis, will introduce a "highway driving assist" system – which includes lane-keeping assist at ...

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