Lexus will debut a self-driving “advanced active safety research vehicle” at a press conference in Las Vegas today, and technology website CNET will be streaming the event live.
The press conference starts at 2pm EST/11am PST.
Watch the Lexus press conference live at CNET
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Can any one explain the difference in pre-collision system in 2013 GS vs 2013 LS advanced system. And I was reading that newly launched Toyota Crown has newly developed high speed pre-collition system. Dous that mean current system in Lexus only works at low speed?
Olso interested why Lexus dous not offer rear pre-collition in US but dous in Europe and Japan.
And Toyota Crown olso has side pre-collition sins 2009, I wonder why this not available in Lexus.?
Safety is always an issue with new things, in most cases the best way to deal with safety concerns is to add more options, one option is the BiModal Glideway which works for personal, commercial and public means of transportation.
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