AAH #423 – Look Ma, No Hands! Here Comes Cadillac Super Cruise

June 8th, 2018 at 9:38am

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Jason Ditman
, Chief Engineer, 
Cadillac Super Cruise


02:53 – Cadillac Super Cruise
47:07 – Doctor Data

49:30 – Waymo Buys 62,000 Chrysler Pacificas, Drives 7 Million Miles
50:32 – Sergio Plans the Future: So Long Sedans
1:00:49 – May Sales: What Happened to Ford’s SUVs?
1:07:10 – Mark Reuss Demonstrates the Value of Traction Control

- Stephanie Brinley, IHS Markit
- Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production
- John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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One Comment to “AAH #423 – Look Ma, No Hands! Here Comes Cadillac Super Cruise”

  1. BP Says:

    Would traction control and anti-lock brakes have allowed Mark Royce to lock the brakes once the rear was too far gone to recover? If so, he could have avoided the wall. I’ve seen too many race cars regain traction post-spin and shoot off in a new direction. Years-ago I spun a car (avoiding a deer) and deliberately locked ‘em up when the spin was inevitable. As expected, the car continued straight down the road from 60 to 0. Are modern nanny systems sophisticated enough to know when you’ve hit the point of no return?