GM Holden Ltd. gives Queensland University of Technology a Holden Calais sedan for the university’s new A$1.5 million ($1.3 million) driving simulator, designed to study driving behavior under challenging conditions. Located at the Center for Accident Research and Road Safety-Queensland (CARRS-Q), the simulator is one of the most advanced of its kind in Australia and will give researchers insight into driver reactions and responses, as well as ways to reduce road trauma. The simulator is ...
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