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Honda Slowly Approaches Hands-Free Technology

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Dec. 1, 2022—Departing from other OEMs, Honda is taking the slow route toward public release of hands-free driving technology.

The Drive reports that a more advanced version of Honda Sensing 360 won't make it to U.S. vehicles until the late 2020s. The system is active in Chinese market vehicles, however. Honda Sensing 360 is the name for the company's ADAS feature suite.

Some features will trickle down to vehicles via updates in the next couple of years, including lane changing ability without the driver's hands on the steering wheel. Full hands-free driving technology is still years away.

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