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Hyundai Genesis Sedan Goes Driverless in New Stunt

Autonomous cars are still at least a few years away from being available to consumers, but many automakers already use self-driving technology to improve vehicle safety. The 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan is one of these cars, and Hyundai just released a video showing off its new active safety systems.

To demonstrate the Advanced Smart Cruise Control, Automatic Emergency Braking and Lane Keeping Assist on the all-new Genesis, Hyundai headed to its California proving ground with six of the new sedans and six courageous stunt drivers. The drivers set out on the test track before engaging the technologies, but then the video gets really exciting.

Five of the six drivers proceed to climb out of the sunroof and leap onto tractor trailer chase vehicle leaving these vehicles completely driverless. The remaining driver is at the head of the pack, and he puts on a blindfold and removes his hands from the steering wheel.

Published: Thursday, July 3, 2014

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