Friday, April 19, 2024

Car brand calls self-driving cars dangerous

Bentley is not jumping on the bandwagon of self-driving technology. At least not to the same extent as the competitors.

Both Mercedes and BMW now offer self-correcting technology at the so-called level 3. There are, let's just hasten to say, 5 levels.

But Bentley is not jumping on that bandwagon at all. Instead, they stop at what the soon-to-be former managing director Adrian Hallmark calls 'level 2 plus'.

That's what Autonews writes.

This, in fact, even though parent company Volkswagen is working on cars that are far more self-sufficient. Namely after level 4.

READ ALSO: Thomas' new Tesla was picked up by a broom after 1 kilometer

Where Bentley intends to stop is at things that many drivers of newer cars already know today. That is, with road lane assistants, automatic parking, the adaptive cruise control and sign recognition.

In other words, cars that depend on a human being behind the wheel. Unlike Bentley, however, a brand like Mercedes goes a long way for, for example, level 3 within the self-coring technology.

In fact, the Germans go so far that the American importer is ready to take responsibility when self-driving cars at that level go wrong on the country's roads. If that kind of thing happens. Read more about it here .

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