Lexus Lane Valet
Have you ever been stuck behind someone driving slow in the fast lane? Lexus has solved this problem with their new 'Lane Valet' system.
Autonomous driving and Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) communications continue to evolve at a rapid pace, with Lexus leading the way.
Today, the luxury automaker announces its commitment to the development of a new technology feature for all models: Lane Valet.
This advanced system will improve traffic flow by assisting the movement of slower moving vehicles from the left lane into the more appropriate right lane, which, in turn, helps make the highway safe and more enjoyable for all parties.
With just the touch of a button located on the front dash, Lane Valet will activate.
The Lexus vehicle's radar and camera systems will scan the road to ensure safe operation while the V2V technology
communicates with the misplaced driver's vehicle.
Once connected, Lane Valet will initiate a careful but prompt lane change.
The slow driver's right turn signal will illuminate as the system confirms the adjacent lane is clear of other vehicles or obstructions.
Lane Valet will then carefully deposit the unhurried driver into the right lane before disengaging,
thus allowing others in the lane to continue moving at their previous pace.
Lexus Lane Valet will be rolled out as an optional feature in all models on April 1, 2022.
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