DETROIT – Up to now, Ford’s stated public position on autonomous-vehicle development has focused on making the leap directly to Level 4 autonomy – no driver involvement – rather than trying to create an interactive car that might shift between autonomous operation and driver participation. The latter system, typically referred to as Level 3 autonomy, uses sophisticated sensors and controls to allow a vehicle to operate in a fully autonomous mode in certain ...

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