Car and Driver Tested continues with an episode comparing the night vision systems from the Big Three German luxury makers. While the testing involves a remote-controlled turkey and a deer crossbred with a construction cone, the most interesting thing the guys from
C/D do is to cover the windshields of the cars to try and drive through an
autocross course relying on technology alone. Hence the conversation through the sunroofs you see pictured above.
And the results? While we wouldn't call it an epic fail, it is an entertaining one. Night vision is one of the bells and whistles that's probably not destined to trickle down from the
BMW 7 Series and
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class anytime soon, but like most luxury features it's an impressive display of engineering.
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