Mercedes in driver's seat for car that sometimes drives itself
4:27 PM, Jan 13, 2014
5:52 PM, Jan 13, 2014
As Mercedes introduced its new S-Class Coupe it stuck to tradition. German businessmen discussed the innovative technology that went into it.
But they wanted also wanted to show the other side of Mercedes. Kelly Rowland introduced the car that aims to set star-worthy trends in the auto world.
One of the cool features that could do just that is the car's semi-autonomous driving capability. If you are in slow stop and go traffic, going less than 20 miles per hour, the car can pretty much drive on its own. Sensors on the car tell the car to hit the brakes if a crash is about to happen.
The car will be built in the U.S.
Production is scheduled to begin in June.
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