It's the most technologically advanced vehicle Ford has ever sold in Australia, utilising enough computer power to send a monkey to the moon, and back, and it's not a luxury sedan, or even a mega truck, it's just a medium SUV - the new Kuga.
The Kuga can park itself, using radar, has adaptive cruise control that allows you to set a speed and a minimum distance from vehicles in front of you and then sit back and do very little, it has Active City Stop, which can prevent low speed shunts in traffic, again using radar and automatic braking, and it has lane departure and blind spot warnings. Wander out of your lane, dopily, and it will vibrate the steering wheel to let you know.
Plus, if it all goes wrong and you do have a crash, the Kuga will call the emergency services and let them know, using GPS and your mobile phone.
The Kuga also has a hands free tailgate, so you can just soccer kick your foot under the rear of the car and the boot will open without you even touching the key.
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