NEW YORK -- The snail-like growth of night vision soon may pick up speed as more vehicles are slated to offer the infrared system in the near future. Now offered exclusively as an option on the Cadillac DeVille, a new Hummer H-2 and the Volvo Cross Country XC 90 also will adopt night vision. Additionally, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems began shipping its Xvision system to makers of trucks, buses and other commercial vehicles this month. Xvision was co-developed with Raytheon Corp. and ...

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