Though vehicles are getting smarter by the minute, General Motors' new Cadillac smart car concept is set to change the way we look at transportation as a whole. GM's V2V-enabled Cadillac is planning to hit the market in 2017 and will feature an advanced Super Cruise system.
Super Cruise is meant to make commutes more convenient by automating many elements of one's driving experience. In addition to Cadillac's existing features, this system is said to allow cars to communicate with others on the road, which will ultimately reduce the risk of fender-benders and serious accidents.
GM first introduced talks of their highly automated smart car system in 2012 and has been developing the platform until now. The car manufacturer's new Cadillac model leaves tech lovers in anticipation of this revolutionary vehicle concept.
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