2018 Lexus LC And LS To Have Advanced Autonomous Driving Tech Lane Valet

Posted: Mar 31 2017, 1:56pm CDT | by , Updated: Mar 31 2017, 2:00pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
2018 Lexus LC and LS to Have Advanced Autonomous Driving Tech Lane Valet
  • Lexus Introduces advanced Autonomous technology with Lane Valet

The option will be available in all models along with LC and LS

Autonomous driving is making its way in almost all the new models of cars in some capacity. Many companies are working hard in order to achieve the best possible autonomous functionality for the people all over the world. Lexus is working on the concept as well.

They have introduced concepts such as Lane Valet. The advanced system will allow the system to improve traffic flow by assisting the movement of other vehicles that will move in a slower pace.

There are a number of features that will appearing in this model along with autonomous driving. The car will have brilliant radar system and a V2V latest wireless system that will make sure that the car is connected to a network all the time.

The communication system of the car will allow the drivers to communicate with the slow moving cars ahead as well. The car can send the signal which can then let the other car know about its presence.

The slow driver’s right turn signal then illuminates as the system confirms on coming for the adjacent lane is clear. This will allow the car to pass on quickly. The Lane Valet will later on carefully deposit the driver in to the right lane before turning off. It will then allow the other vehicles to move forward.

The concept was developed by Lexus engineers who are top rated in their fields. The have formulated this feature in order to provide safe and sound driving system to human kind.

“Lane Valet was conceived by top Lexus engineers who understand the importance of safe and steady driving conditions,” said Brian Bolain, general manager, Lexus product and consumer marketing.

“An appropriate vehicle speed without excessive braking offers optimal fuel efficiency, better traffic flow and decreased driver frustration. We’re just trying to give everyone the best possible driving experience.”

The company is trying to provide the best kind of driving experience for the customer all around the world. This feature will be available as an optional feature in all models of Lexus from 1st April, 2017.

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