April 20, 2012
Cadillacs are often driven by chauffeurs, but they’ve never come as standard equipment. That might change soon.
The luxury car company has announced that it is developing technology that could put self-driving cars on the road by the middle of this decade.
Not entirely autonomous, the so-called “Super Cruise” system is an advanced version of the adaptive cruise control, crash avoidance and lane departure warning features already available on some of its cars.