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Ford BlueCruise 1.2 Adds New Features And Improves Existing System

Ford has begun rolling out the latest version of its hands-free advanced driver assist system (ADAS), BlueCruise 1.2, and so far the reviews have been mostly favorable. We asked and were granted the loan of a 2023 Mustang Mach-E, equipped with BlueCruise 1.2, so we could test out the system ourselves. 

After spending a week in the Mustang Mach-E, covering roughly 1,000 miles, including conducting the InsideEVs 70 mph range test, we noticed a substantial improvement over BlueCruise 1.0. The improvements weren’t limited to the new features, but also to how well the Mustang Mach-E maintained its position in the lane, reducing the amount of lane wandering (sometimes called “ping-ponging”) that we observed with BlueCruise 1.0.

What do you think?

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