Ford releases more details about Mustang Mach-E’s hands-free autonomous driving capability

As we get closer to the start of Mustang Mach-E deliveries, Ford has released more details about the electric car’s hands-free autonomous driving capability.

When first launching the Mustang Mach-E, Ford confirmed that Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology with Active Drive Assist will enable hands-free driving.

The technology is similar to GM’s Super Cruise. It is available only on pre-mapped highways and it relies on a driver-facing camera to make sure that the driver stays attentive.

As long as they stay attentive, they can drive with their hands off the steering wheel…

Now Ford says that the technology will be in 100,000 of its vehicles within the first year of introduction starting with the Mach-E and new F-150.