Jaguar jumps on the autonomous technology bandwagon, but there could be some benefits to human drivers too.
- Jeffrey N. Ross
- Oct 13, 2013
With all the recent news about automated vehicle technology (from Ford, Nissan and Toyota, among others), Mini is bringing some not-so-groundbreaking tech into its products to better keep the driver connected to the car. Other than stating that these new technologies will roll out in future models, there is no telling when we could see them starting to show up, although our best guess is the 2015 Mini Cooper.
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