Take a glance at 2018 Mercedes CLS.
Mercedes showed off its 2018 CLS coupe at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday. In addition to its sleek styling and five full seats, the car will offer a number of autonomous driver assist features that have, until now, been reserved for the company’s higher-end models.
The 2018 CLS will offer a variety of active driver assist functions including Mercedes’ Distronic smart cruise control system which maintains the vehicle’s distance from the one in front of it as well as adjust its speed based on the route and posted speed limits. What’s more, it will assist with both changing lanes and staying in your current one by leveraging the car’s multiple cameras and radar system.
The Distronic system really shines when it comes to crashing. Should the driver have a medical emergency on the road, the system will autonomously bring the car to a full stop in its lane and even unlock the doors to help first responders get in faster.
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