AutoComplete: Tesla's Enhanced Autopilot rollout should start this month
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When Tesla first announced that its new cars would come equipped with the hardware required for full autonomy, it also said those models would ship with all active safety systems disabled.
A tweet from Elon Musk suggests that Tesla will soon start enabling some of the more basic features, like adaptive cruise control, and autonomous emergency braking, sometime in December.
What Tesla says is full autonomy isn't slated for release until 2017 or later.
It's not even December yet but Volkswagen is already teasing content for March's Geneva Motor Show.The Arteon is likely to replace the CC as the brand's premiere offering under the Volkswagen badge, sliding in just above the Passat.
To me it looks like the current CC, albeit with a bit more expressive and modern design.
We'll see the real thing and not just a sketch next year in Switzerland.
You're next Toyota might also be your personal trainer.
According to a recently published patent, Toyota has engineered a system that takes user defined health goals and figures out how to achieve those goals based on navigation system input.
It might have you park a bit further away from work, for instance, in order to walk the rest of the way and reach your goals.
There's no guarantee this technology will actually ever appear in a car.
But it's nice to know Toyota has our health in mind.
Afterall, deaf people don't buy cars.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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