LAS VEGAS — During a frustrating rush-hour jam, drivers of an experimental car from Audi will be able to take their hands off the wheel, lift their feet from the pedals and focus on things other than the road, such as a movie or a newspaper. The car will take care of the driving.
Toyota is working on safety technologies it hopes will drastically cut collisions and auto deaths. High-definition cameras, radars, infrared projectors and satellite-connected tools will alert drivers of lurking dangers. The car will say a child is about to run into the road, that traffic has come to a screeching halt around the bend, or lights at the next intersection have gone dark.
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