Lexus' latest self-propelled technology - Level II autopilot system - designed to operate from the entrance to the highway exit and may include automatic lane change. Currently, the company intends to launch this technology next year.

According to the 360 ​​automobile news, the latest self-propelled technology is ready to be released, which is one of the project news that Lexus discloses is being made to promote future cars. In an event celebrating its 30th anniversary, Lexus said it is developing its latest autopilot system with the intention of launching next year. It is known that Lexus's level II autopilot system is designed to operate from the entrance to the highway exit and may include automatic lane change. The company has widely tested such systems throughout Japanese streets and is almost ready to commercialize.

In addition to announcing the new autonomous system, the Japanese automaker also revealed that it is studying advances in connecting automotive technology. Accordingly, Lexus models can contact the central data center for real-time traffic information. Lexus also said all its future models will offer some type of electric drive system (including fully electric, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell vehicles). In addition, the company will also adjust the drive options for individual markets.

Japanese luxury automakers may not pay too much attention to systems that support drivers such as Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz and other automakers. However, Lexus provides radar-based cruise control and lane-keeping support for many of its models to help the driver not worry when driving on the highway. In the context of the auto industry is promoting self-propelled technology, such systems are becoming more popular on low-cost models and making Lexus more competitive.

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