Automatic Emergency Braking
675,000 of them may have automatic emergency braking issue.
National Safety Council says the number is up 14 percent from four years ago.
Auto club says tech frequently failed in tests — constant vigilance required.
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People are unlikely to opt for accident avoidance systems
Proof that technology can save lives.
We tested the system in Germany.
Pulitzer Prize winner Barbara Davidson composed photos using a Volvo XC60.
This is four years earlier than the date agreed to by the entire industry.
Brake upgrade was promised as standard equipment
The Genesee Valley Chapter of BMW Car Club of America regards driver assist systems as too unpredictable.
Toyota was one of 20 companies that promised to have auto braking by 2020. Now, though, the automaker says nearly every Toyota and Lexus model will have standard AEB by 2017.
NHTSA and automakers working to make automatic emergency braking an industrywide standard by 2022.
Automatic Emergency Braking will be standard on virtually every passenger car sold in America by September of 2022, thanks to a new NHTSA-brokered agreement.