cruise controlPros – Plush interiorThe Mazda CX-8’s interior borrows heavily from the Mazda
noticed the rear end of your car and steering doesn’t feel quite right, and your natural instinct is
they have received more than 20,000 bookings for its highly-anticipated model.To recap, the Proton X50 is
Cruise Control (ACC) Lane Departure Warning (LDW) Intelligent High Beam Control (IHBC) Blindspot Information
Of course, the decision process is vastly different from one person to another.
The facelifted 2020 Toyota Hilux is upon us (we’ve given you a round-up here).
To give credit where it’s due, the 2020 Peugeot 3008 1.6T CKD is a great car to be in.
Follow (adaptive cruise control with stop-go traffic capability).
(2020 Mazda CX-30 Specs & Price | Gallery)Following the announcement that the 2020 Mazda CX-30 is
impressive suite of ADAS for its segment including AEB with pedestrian detection, BLIS, and intelligent cruise
RM 40,000, which is a lot.The biggest question here is, is it worth it?
Valid until 31 December 2020.The answer is - as is often the case – it depends.Do you really need
to keep you safe.What is stability control?
finally gets ADASIsuzu Malaysia has done a swell job with the all-new D-Max safety credentials, as it is
It’s no secret that Daihatsu Indonesia is working to introduce the Daihatsu Rocky in Indonesia.
Imagine, Pre-Collision Warning & Braking (PCW & PCB), Pedal Misoperation Control (PMC), Front
In addition, this is the top variant that is equipped with a 360-degree camera, a moonroof, an adaptive
The muffler is necessary as both cars come with BMW’s latest S58 inline-six engine.
encapsulating these features: Pre-Collision Braking (PCB) Pre-Collision Warning (PCW) Pedal Misoperation Control
to come with adaptive headlights.
featuring a new Plasma Yellow Pearl colour, a new front end, and new feature called e-Active Shift Control
three categories, namely Safety, Security, and Convenience.Under Safety and Security, Honda Connect is
More interestingly is the mention that H and AV variants of the Perodua D55L will be receiving Adaptive
This is something that you see on most modern cars like the Mazda CX-3.
It is the most expensive Toyota Camry ever sold in Malaysia priced at RM 196,888 (OTR without insurance
makes up ADAS, there are also the terms Active Safety System and Passive Safety System whenever safety is
and Haval First Love in the company’s ever-growing SUV line-up.First things first, some context is
An all-new touch module is available for the Climatronic® climate control as well.
than the front, measuring 275/35 R19 at the rear and 245/40 R19 at the front.All three cars feature adaptive
The 2019 Subaru Forester Touring model will be able to detect signs of fatigue or distraction from the driver, and activate adaptive cruise control and lane assist if necessary. How cool is that? Read more here from @MobileIDWorld: #Subaru #SubaruForester
Capable but can have monitoring , Tesla is the only company with a general solution. Following are screen shots from Waymo re the testing methodology
Man, being brainwashed by a person who is saying lidar is not necessary for self driving so much dumb. That's why on ducati multistrada v4, audi/vw installed lidar for adaptive cruise control. Tesla is out of game.
Currently, the M23 has several miles of narrow lanes due to the ‘upgrade’ to the so-called ‘smart motorway. It’s unofficially known as ‘digging up the hard shoulder to increase the risk of accidents’. I often navigate the roadworks late at night, and early morning (1-2am early)..
My car has adaptive cruise control, it uses radar to ‘see’ the traffic in front to regulate speed, or to brake as necessary. This is nice when there’s an average speed enforcement system (aka SPECS) through the entire stretch of roadworks.....
I refuse to use cruise control. I think it’s weird. But I don’t really drive far enough where it would be useful if I tried it.
On long drives adaptive cruise control is nice. The car basically drives itself, keeping distance from car in front and stops when necessary. Sometimes I forget it’s on.
Yeah. They can get pricey as hell
Honestly.....after driving a car with adaptive cruise control and lane assist..I'm not so sure getting a tesla would be necessary just quite yet. Unless of course, saving the planet with energy efficiency is your jam or something
That's the problem and the reason $TSLA will be in the red for the week - after all the hype and videos I personally had a misconception auto-brake was an always-on, by-default feature, like on many other cars. Hype has two edges :(