Automatic emergency braking is standard on more cars, but domestic automakers lag

Some of the world’s top automakers have made life-saving technology known as automatic emergency braking (AEB) standard equipment on new vehicles in the U.S., three years early. The rare voluntary cooperation among 20 automakers was announced in 2015 with a target to make AEB standard on most new cars by Sept.1, 2022. This year, Audi and…

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