Tucked inside Silicon Valley - nearly hidden among the shadows of the Santa Cruz mountains - is Ford’s Research and Innovation Center. It lacks the modern lines of its Standard Park competitors, instead embracing a Spanish design and a curiously small footprint. What waits behind the doors, however, is pure tech wonder.
Ford is working toward a self-driving Fusion - and an ARS Technica article lets drivers see the progress!
The ARS Technica team recently toured Ford’s Research and Innovation Center, receiving a sneak-peek at the company’s many upcoming projects. Among the most impressive of these projects was the self-driving Fusion. The signature hybrid is getting an automatic makeover, with sensor bars, lidar scanners, and laser light detectors providing cutting-edge possibilities.
Read the full article here!
The promise of self-driving cars is almost fulfilled, with Ford propelling its Fusion toward a new era of design and technology. Through automated sensory, this hybrid will eventually be able to assess, navigate, and respond to the road - and this should deliver greater safety for all.
What do you think about the next generation of hybrid technology? Are you as impressed as we are?
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