Volkswagen introduced its own smart assistant driver – IQ.DRIVEFebruary 13, 2019
Recently, cars are increasingly becoming like helpers who can do everything, and only then on a means of transportation.
Many car companies have already developed such assistants for their cars. The time has come and Volkswagen. The new system, the Germans called IQ.DRIVE.
Volkswagen lagged a little behind its competitors, as for a long time it simply did not think and did not work to combine all its active safety systems and assistants into a single complex. But in the cars that left the assembly line in January 2019, IQ.DRIVE will be installed.
Under this generic name hides a lot of driver assistance functions – adaptive cruise control, parking, car retention systems and Travel Assist systems.
IQ.DRIVE taught to drive a car at a speed of up to 210 km / h, but the driver would still have to keep his hands on the wheel at this time, as the sensitive sensor closely monitors all this.
“Our models already have intelligent electronic assistants to increase comfort and safety in the car. With IQ.DRIVE, we will gradually add new functions, including autonomous driving, ”said VW Group Executive Director, responsible for sales and marketing, Juergen Stackman.
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