Go ahead. I'll catch up.
- Mar 1, 2004
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Not comfortable with that big hill in front of you? Let the car handle it for you.
Jaguar Land Rover developing self-driving off-road tech | Fox NewsJaguar Land Rover could become the first car manufacturer in the world to create off-road driverless technology.
The British marque is working on systems that would allow their cars to perform semi-autonomous functions in all terrains.
Current driverless systems are designed specifically for the road, and are programmed to respond to cues within a regular driving scenerio.
But Jaguar Land Rover's tech is even more advanced.
The off-road system can allegedly identify changes in driving surface, and automatically shift the Terrain Response setting to the most appropriate one.
It can even change a car's speed and path to adjust for oncoming obstacles.
Jaguar Land Rover wants to introduce the all-terrain assistance to allow drivers that aren't as skilled in off-roading to take their car into new environments.