BMW wants to change this. In the future version of its speed control system, its vehicles will be able to recognize the stop lights and stop (or go) respectively. The carmaker demonstrated this feature at its NextGen technology event in Munich, Germany on Tuesday. = "https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims?resize=2000%2C2000%2Cshrink&image_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fs.yimg.com%2Fos%2Fcreatr-uploaded-images%2F201
To cross difficult intersections with more than four road meetings and where many lights can be seen in the system, the cruise control uses data from the map to determine the position of the car, which helps determine which signal to pay attention to. Of course, the driver is still responsible for driving and for the car doing what it was supposed to do. BMW representatives declined to say when the system will be available. But they noted that the hardware needed to use the feature was available in the company's latest cars, including the X5 and X7. This means that the software update over the air must be able to unlock the feature once it is ready for the road.