Ford has released a series of videos showing how various aspects of its new Co-Pilot360 Active Drive Assist hands-free driving technology works in real life and simulated driving scenarios, along with other aspects of the suite of driver assist technology.
Scroll down to watch videos featuring Active Drive Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, Intelligent Cruise Control, Intersection Assist, Lane Keeping Assist with Blind Spot Detection and Road Edge Detection, navigation, post collision braking, rearview camera, Reverse Brake Assist, and Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking.
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The Ford Mustang Mach-E comes standard with Ford Co-Pilot360 2.0. The update to the system, originally offered on the 2020 Ford Explorer, brings the total number of included technologies to eight. Additional technologies, like Active Drive Assist, can be added.
Ford is planning to make Active Drive Assist available in late 2021. Mustang Mach-E models that feature the hardware for the technology will be able to upgrade via an over-the-air update when the tech is ready for distribution.
Ford Co-Pilot360: Active Drive Assist
Ford Co-Pilot360: Automatic High Beams
Ford Co-Pilot360: Evasive Steering Assist
Ford Co-Pilot360: Intelligent Cruise Control
Ford Co-Pilot360: Intersection Assist
Ford Co-Pilot360: Lane Keeping Assist with Blind Spot Detection and Road Edge Detection
Ford Co-Pilot360: Navigation System
Ford Co-Pilot360: Post Collision Braking
Ford Co-Pilot360: Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
Ford Co-Pilot360: Rearview Camera
Ford Co-Pilot360: Reverse Brake Assist