This gadget adds advanced adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping technology to your car

The CEO rolled out the latest version of his company's assisted-driving hardware here at CES 2020, featuring a more user-friendly interface and a cleaner install. The Comma Two is a piece of hardware about the size of a smartphone that can be mounted on your windshield. A forward-facing camera shows the road ahead with your lane highlighted, your speed and the speed limit.

To activate, you download the Openpilot software. It's free, open-source software that gives many late-model vehicles from Acura, Chrysler, Honda, Jeep, Kia, Subaru and Toyota the ability to accelerate, brake and stay in a lane with no intervention from the driver.
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