The first automakers that come to mind when one thinks of automated driving technologies probably aren’t Honda and Toyota.

While part of that perception is factual, as Honda just introduced the fairly common rear cross-traffic monitor in its ’15 Acura TLX and Toyota’s Lexus LS flagship sedan lacks anything similar to Mercedes’ Distronic Plus self-steering, some of it may be the automakers’ own lack of promotion.

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Honda And Toyota Under The Gun As Germans Accelerate Away With Automated Driving Technologies

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