Cadillac rolled out its forthcoming “night vision” system for the Chicago-area media recently to demonstrate that a temperature sensor can “see” hazards well beyond the reach of a car's headlights. The system will be available first on 2000 DeVille DIS and DHS models as a $2,000 option. The night demonstration took place on the private roads of a very large estate (now a museum) and consisted of positioning a number of people along the roadway. Every person was easily visible, projected on ...
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