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Your wish is your car's command?

When auto makers unveil their latest innovations, consumers may raise their eyebrows in interest or yawn with boredom. The evolution of the automobile has been extraordinary over the past 50 years, but it is rare that a single new feature will capture the interest of even the most engaged motorist. However, it seems that the relatively mundane process of evolving the average American car is changing in truly interesting ways.

Many new vehicle innovations revealed at auto shows over the past year have focused on the idea of semiautonomous operation. These features are allowing American motorists to transition into the future of self-driving vehicles one new element at a time. American motorists may not be ready to give up all operational control of their vehicles, but it seems that they may be interested in allowing their vehicles to respond to their commands and take the lead bit by bit.

For the most part, new semiautonomous operational innovations are safety-minded. These features alert drivers who may be drifting off to sleep or brake automatically when a crash seems imminent. However, it is possible that the semiautonomous nature of new features may soon respond to drivers’ commands in more interesting and wide-ranging ways.

American vehicles are not just getting faster, more comfortable and more stylish, as has been the trend for many decades. They seem to be getting smarter and significantly safer. As a result, it may be time for motorists to start paying more attention to the regular evolution of the “everyday” vehicle.

Source: New York Times, “Semiautonomous Driving Arrives, Feature by Feature,” Aaron M. Kessler and Bill Vlasic, April 2, 2015

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