While European markets have designed plenty of pedestrian protection technologies over the past several decades, the need for the same safety devices has largely gone underserved in the U.S.
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Caddy's $76,000 coupe is finally really a real car
Cadillac has been BMW hunting for some time now, and with the 2014 CTS that's debuting next week in New York, the luxury brand isn't backing down.
Cadillac's semi-automated driving system known as Super Cruise has moved forward to the next stage of development, including real-world driving tests.