SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Saab-brand vehicles may be “born from jets,” as its slogan says, but the Audi Q7’s features – present and pending – more closely rivals aerospace technology for sophistication. As early as next year, Audi AG’s all-new Q7 cross/utility vehicle will offer a camera-based lane-departure warning system to complement its radar-based lane-change assist feature and adaptive cruise control system. “All you would need is steering and you’d have autopilot,” says Filip Brebec, Audi ...
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