DEARBORN, MI – Ford shows off the third generation of its automated-vehicle technology today in the form of the Automated Ford Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle. Developed in collaboration with the University of Michigan and insurance agency State Farm, six copies of the third-generation car will be dispatched nationwide to test the technology’s durability and determine its production viability. The Fusion differs from other automated vehicles in testing, such as Google’s, by ...

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