Certain automotive technologies are getting borderline out of hand. But nothing stops the march toward progress. Keen to show off its developmental might, Nissan plans to unveil something called “brain-to-vehicle” (B2V) technology at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show.
While the system borders on the fantastical, Nissan claims it can interpret signals from a driver’s brain to help a semi-autonomous vehicle understand how to best respond.
Corey LewisThis is a great idea, and I like it on the regular Bronco.Don't care about it on the Bronco Sp, where it's very fake.
FreedMikeBy the time you add in the inevitable dealer markup, you might as well find a nice old-school Bronco, like this one. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1969-ford-bronco-114/
EBFlexDid they let 2nd graders pick the colors? There is no other word for this other than horrendous. Thank god Ford refuses to build vehicles and we won’t have to be subjected to these disgusting paint schemes.
OberkanoneThere is nothing wrong marketing your products to wealthy customers. GMC is fully adopting this strategy. Seeking affordability, look elsewhere.
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