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Toyota Motor Corp unveiled its new Lexus and Mirai models on Thursday in Japan with advanced driver assistance systems as competition heats up to develop more self-driving and connected cars.Toyota's latest launch comes as automakers, electric car startups and tech giants invest heavily in active safety features.The Japanese automaker's new driving-assist technology, Advanced Drive, features Level 2 automation that helps driving such as limiting the car to lanes, keeping a distance from other cars, and changing lanes under the supervision of the driver.

On expressways or ทดลอง เล่น สล็อต other motorways, roads for cars only The luxury Lexus LS sedan will go on sale from Thursday for around 16.3 million yen ($ 148,627.70) and 17.9 million yen, while the second generation of the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car will go on sale April 12 at 8.4 million to 8.6 million. Yen.Toyota chief executive James Kuffner, who heads Toyota's Woven Planet research unit, said the new car is Toyota's first product to offer aerial updates and use AI-focused technology. Deep, who is head of Toyota's Woven Planet research unit.

This is a very important first step in our software development journey," he said in an online briefing on Thursday, adding that the company has tried to truly design the software globally and to enable it. Can be used again In the future, in-car software features will be "upgradeable" and "more customizable" like the way people personalize their smartphones, Kuffner added.Fully self-driving cars are still years away. But rival General Motors Co earlier this year made an appearance

at the virtual Consumer Electronics Show with its fully automatic,all-electric Cadillac concept, as Chinese search engine operator Baidu made its debut. Cooperate with local car brand Geely.Honda Motor Co Ltd, Toyota's domestic rival, last month introduced the partially self-driving Legend Sedan in Japan, becoming the world's first automaker to sell a vehicle equipped with acquired Tier 3 automation technology. New certification