Video: The Electric Crossover Ford Mustang & Nbsp; Will Be Able To Ride Without Hands
The electric crossover Ford Mustang Mach-E will be the first car of the brand to receive an advanced autopilot system with Active Drive Assist (ADA). It will allow the driver to release the steering wheel for a long time while driving.
The autopilot will rely on a variety of cameras, sensors and highly accurate topographic data from the navigation system. Hands-free driving will be possible on more than 100,000 miles (160,000 kilometers) of roads in North America.
- A special feature of the AD is an infrared camera that monitors the position of the driver's head and the direction of his gaze. According to the creators, she does not make mistakes, even if the person is wearing glasses or a mask.
- When the system detects that the driver is distracted from the road, a signal will sound to return his hands to the steering wheel. The autopilot may also ask you to take control in advance if the automation cannot cope with the traffic situation.
- Active Drive Assist will hit the Mustang Mach-E in Q3 2021 following an over-the-air software update. Later, other Ford models will receive advanced autopilot, and the hands-free ride function itself will work in new regions.