Ford wants its cars to ‘talk’ with traffic lights and pedestrians
(CNN) -- Ford is building cars that "talk" with traffic lights, road signs and pedestrians. At CES 2019 in Las Vegas on Monday, the automaker announced plans to start selling cars that feature this type of technology in 2022. The technology, called cellular vehicle-to-everything (or C-V2X for short), uses wireless signals to share road data, such as a car's location or the color of a traffic light, with other vehicles.