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  • Alex King
    For those unfamiliar with the E-class's semi-autonomous driver-assist technologies, they include adaptive cruise control, a lane-keeping setup that can handle some steering duties and autonomous lane changes, and a 360-degree array of radar and ultrasonic sensors for keeping track of lane markings, other cars, and road ...16 mar 2017
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