The rise of autonomous vehicles has been upon us for over a decade. It was small, baby steps at first, but we’ve now approached a time where, theoretically, some vehicles are capable of driving themselves for lengthy periods of time with human supervision.
This meant it was time for Motor Trend to take a few of automakers’ most recent forays into semi-autonomous driving and understand which systems worked best, and how each system differed. It’s relevant here because the publication also included a 2016 Cadillac CT6.
The 2016 CT6 registers as a “1” on the autonomous scale, with a “5” registering as fully autonomous, no human needed. But, it will be a starting point before Super Cruise arrives in the near future for the CT6, which promises a meaningful driving assistant with General Motors’ latest technology.
Follow the link here for the entire detailed writeup of the technologies, and hold onto your steering wheels a little tighter tonight.