When it comes to self-driving cars, there are still many different kinds of restrictions and limitations to think about, especially when it comes to revamping the different road and highway rules around. GM might have something interesting up their sleeves for us this coming 2017 when they roll out the new Super Cruise Cadillac, which is touted to be as close to a self-driving car as possible from GM. In fact, it has already been dubbed to be “semi-autonomous”, which translates to the Super Cruise Cadillac being able to drive itself in traffic, hitting a maximum speed of 70 mph without having to have the driver even make use of his or her hands to steer the wheel, and their feet, too, are free to roam around since there is no need to step on the gas or brakes.
Such new technology was announced at the Intelligent Transport System World Congress in Detroit, where it was mentioned that “with Super Cruise, when there’s a congestion alert on roads like California’s Santa Monica Freeway, you can let the car take over and drive hands free and feet free through the worst stop-and-go traffic around. If the mood strikes you on the high- speed road from Barstow, California, to Las Vegas, you can take a break from the wheel and pedals and let the car do the work. Having it done for you — that’s true luxury.”
Sounds like a dream car to you?