Ford Promises New High-Tech Safety Features in the Next Two Years

Safety is at the forefront of every driver's mind, and drivers have been choosing Ford for generations because they make vehicle safety a priority. While Ford currently offers a range of standard and available passive and active safety features on their entire line of vehicles, they're never one to rest on their laurels. So, there are several new, high-tech safety features currently under development that Ford has promised for arrival on new vehicles in the next two years. New additions include a development that will assist drivers with "evasive steering" to help the vehicle avoid a collision. Another new feature will offer the capability to sense objects or people who are on a path to pass behind the vehicle, as well as autonomous braking if the driver is in reverse and fails to respond to the warnings for said objects. Ford vehicles currently offer a range of driver assistance features such as lane keeping and cruise assist, rearview cameras, and more. However, these new safety features will go above and beyond; Tech Crunch describes these new features as "going beyond the kind of assistive tech generally available today, which tends to be more about helpful nudging, then really assuming control." Visit Auffenberg Ford North to test drive any of the new Ford vehicles in our current inventory, and explore the many safety features available.
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