Inaugural study raises concern that innovative features need to be improved before vehicle autonomy can be increased.
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) account for 13% of total industry problems with 23.1 PP100 (problems per 100 vehicles), according to the inaugural J.D. Power 2022 ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) Quality and Satisfaction Study, released yesterday. Specifically, lane departure warning/lane keeping assistance and forward collision warning/automatic emergency braking features have the most problems of all features, 6.3 PP100 and 4.6 PP100, respectively.
“As vehicle technologies continue to evolve, manufacturers are working hard at staying innovative,” said Ashley Edgar, senior director of global
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