In a media event in Europe, Lexus president Koji Sato explained that the automaker will unveil a car this season which will feature motorist aid. Lanes will change and move vehicles.

Sato did not share any information that area it would be accessible in or about which version would support the attribute. In 2017, Lexus revealed the LS+ theory (envisioned ab0ve), which included Highway Teammate semi-autonomous driving technologies. At the moment, C/D reported Lexus was working together with the Japanese authorities to map all that nation’s highways to get ready for the tech, meaning that it was likely that it could be rolled out in Japan first.

In a media event in Europe, Lexus president Koji Sato explained that the automaker will unveil a car this season which will feature motorist aid. Lanes will change and move vehicles.

The system seems somewhat like Cadillac’s hands-off Super Cruise driver support , that was recently updated to enable automated lane changes.

Sato did not discuss any information that area it would be accessible in or about which version would support the attribute. In 2017, Lexus revealed the LS+ theory (envisioned ab0ve), which included Highway Teammate semi-autonomous driving technologies.