'Super Cruise' technology to change future of driving

Michigan-based General Motors (GM) has announced that some of its new Cadillac models will be equipped with "Super Cruise" technology by 2017.

'Super Cruise' technology to change future of driving

New York: What if your car were to automatically correct its movement if you happened to wander over the yellow line? Or an internal device that could help drivers avoid collisions? With "Super Cruise", these enhancements are now possible.

Michigan-based General Motors (GM) has announced that some of its new Cadillac models will be equipped with "Super Cruise" technology by 2017.

"It features hands-off lane following, automatic speed control and automated braking," GM said in a statement.

GM also plans to roll out another smart technology known as vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication by 2017.

V2V will allow cars equipped with the technology to swap information about their location, speed and direction of travel.

This new feature takes GM one step closer to creating a driverless car, similar to what Google is already working on.

Google's self-driving car has already logged more than 483,000 km.

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