Ford may be excited about it Blue Cruise Hands-Free Driving Tech, But less thrilled about GMA. The Detroit Free Press And Edge Report that GM has sued Ford’s rivals for trademark infringement Super Cruise Feature and its autonomy-centric Cruise Institutions.
Accordingly, GM has negotiated mediation with Ford to reach a “good-faith” format DFP Source. However, it is alleged that the two sides did not reach an agreement before the July 24 deadline. A GM spokesman said the company had “no alternative” to sue Ford after trying to resolve the crisis.
Meanwhile, a Ford representative argued that GM’s case was “innocent and contemptible.” People realized that the “cruise” for cruise control was short, Ford said, and the Blue Cruise was ultimately the “next evolution” of its intelligent adaptive cruise control feature. The automaker added that GM does not seem to have a problem with other brand naming schemes such as BMW’s Active Cruise Control and Hyundai’s Smart Cruise Control.
The focus on Ford is not surprising. Both companies see hands-free driving as a major selling point of their cars Complete self-driving A long-term goal. It’s no secret that the two Detroit brands have long been fierce rivals – neither Ford nor GM would want to cover the ground, at least not quickly. We wouldn’t be surprised if the case is settled through settlement, but not before the companies do some verbal job business.
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