Maybe it can just spot the lights changing and slowly brake for them?It'll be interesting to see what sort of increase in rear end accidents cars fitted with this experience in the UK. Or will it just be tuned to jump the lights if it's in the first five cars after the lights turn red?
The Tesla one ... obvsWhich autopilot system were you thinking of that stops for ‘lights’?
If you read their website it’s fairly clear what it does.The Tesla one ... obvs
After all the cahooey over the last couple of years with its abilities I'm just surprised this wasn't already a thing. It seems it's a lot less capable than I'd thought and thus a lot further from autonomy too.
That's going back a bit. I'm struggling to think of a car that didn't have brakes on each wheel?When four wheel brakes became standard (rather than rear wheel only) there was a movement to require them to be clearly marked because of the danger of them stopping too quickly.