General Motors’ Super Cruise system crushes Tesla’s autopilotOctober 28, 2020
Specialists of the Consumer Reports agency shared the relevant data.
Recently, the American agency Consumer Reports published the results of testing autonomous control systems. A total of 17 cars were tested, among which were the Cadillac CT6, Tesla Model Y, Lincoln Corsair, Audi e-Tron, Hyundai Palisade, Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 and a number of other models.
According to the published data, the Cadillac CT6 scored a maximum of 69 points out of 100 possible, while its closest competitor – Tesla Model Y – 57 points. According to experts, the leadership of Cadillac is due to the presence of an infrared camera, which monitors the driver and “understands” how much he is ready to take control.
At the same time, on a number of models, there was a sudden shutdown of the autopilot, and on a number of others – excessive interference of electronics in the driving process. It is noted that the Super Cruise system is already being installed on several dozen models of the GM concern, and, apparently, the rest of the cars will receive it soon.
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