The redesign of the new BMW 2 Series coupe goes more than skin (or steel) deep, as we discuss our first impressions of its ride, handling, powertrain, and what separates the coupe version of the 2 Series from the sedan option. We also consider whether the driver monitoring in Ford's BlueCruise and GM's Super Cruise active driving assistance systems can lead to tunnel vision behind the wheel, and potentially cause drivers to zone out on the highway.
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00:00 – Intro
00:49 – First Impressions: 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe
10:54 – Question: Can driver monitoring in Ford’s BlueCruise and GM’s Super Cruise active driving assistance systems lead to tunnel vision and zoning out on the highway.
Preview: 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe Is Bigger, More Powerful
Ford BlueCruise First Impressions | Talking Cars #342
Self-Driving System Ranking
Ford BlueCruise Rivals GM’s Super Cruise for Balancing Automation and Driver Monitoring
Guide to Car Safety
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