Home > Uncategorized > Audi’s autonomous cruise control – traffic jam assist Audi’s autonomous cruise control – traffic jam assist newsthree October 14, 2017 Uncategorized 10 Comments SUBSCRIBE! Learn about EV technology: http://www.electric-vehiclenews.com/ Autonomous cruise control, traffic jam assist combines Audi’s currently available … source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts Bulgaria's parliament speaker resigns to avoid crisis Shubh Mangal Saavdhan | Official Trailer | Ayushmann Khurrana & Bhumi Pednekar Sherin Mathews: Father admits watching daughter he reported missing choke to death on glass of milk About The Author newsthree 10 Comments yahyah October 14, 2017 is that an audi a6 with vitual cockpit? Tecnologia October 14, 2017 All the button pressing makes it really annoying. Embed sensors in the steering wheel, so when the driver takes their hands off the system automatically takes control. Display a message on the computer when it does. Pressing buttons when you have an automated system is so silly. mrasidhu October 14, 2017 i wonder what happens if you get cut off by a bmw Michał Kamieniecki October 14, 2017 which model of audi is it (looks like A6)?? it has LCD like the new TT (instead of classic analog cocpit..) Nick D October 14, 2017 why cant the car have a voice that tells you what its doing, what if you fell asleep while the car was driving, does the car pull over to the side of the highway if it sees you are asleep and put on emergency lights? MBS5004M October 14, 2017 It is sad that we have to have a dedicated feature to deal with traffic jams 🙁 killajakez October 14, 2017 Oh and also…My 2010 lincoln MKS has the adaptive cruise control…so yea killajakez October 14, 2017 Really? I don't think so. Night vision in a car was in a Cadillac first. Inflatable rear seatbelts…Lincoln… rdayt003 October 14, 2017 The system only will work if it thinks you're in a traffic-heavy situation; if traffic disperses, it relinquishes control back to the driver. Sir Lord Custard the10th October 14, 2017 Im thinking could you use that in a drive through?