A new report from the Institute for Advanced Transportation and Systems Design (IATSD) looks at what supercruises could be like in the near future.

The authors of the report, which focuses on passenger car technology, predict the future of supercruisers will involve “more robust and intelligent systems,” adding that this could include “batteries, computers, sensors, and more.”

The report is based on research that began last year and the Institute’s “future driverless car” vision, which envisions a future where vehicles will have onboard AI that allows them to “learn, adapt, and respond to their environment,” according to the institute’s website.

“As more vehicles become self-driving, and autonomous systems become more intelligent and capable, the need for more sophisticated passenger car systems will increase,” the report reads.

According to the Institute, supercruising will likely include a “full suite of systems that will provide the necessary information for a vehicle to recognize an individual, the correct lane to take, and the appropriate distance to travel.”

The supercruiser will also need to understand the environment it is traveling in, to know where it is and how to react appropriately to its environment, to communicate with other vehicles, and to make decisions about its own driving.

“The report notes that the driverless cars currently in use today have “very low cognitive capabilities.

“It also notes that while there are currently supercruisers on the road, they are “typically very low powered.

“With a supercruisin in the mix, this could be a big deal for passenger cars.

In the past, supercares were primarily designed to be able to drive in certain environments such as urban environments, or for longer distances.

However, according to IATSD, a supercar could be built to travel between any two points on Earth, and travel from point A to point B at speeds of up to 120 miles per hour.

IATsd notes that in the future, supercars will be able “to drive from a given location to a point in space, and from a location to another point in the universe.””

This may include the transfer of information, navigation, and other functions to a supercomputer,” the institute wrote.

That could mean supercars could “go from point B to point A in about six hours, and back in an hour or less.”

In addition, supercar manufacturers are looking at supercruizing vehicles that could be able, as well as being able to do “full range autonomous driving,” according the institute.

Although the supercars themselves will not be capable of driving themselves, the Institute claims that “some systems will be capable.”

According the institute, “the driver will be required to be in control of the vehicle, and may need to take turns steering the vehicle.”

This is where the technology may start to really shine, according the report.

There is a possibility, for example, that supercars could be programmed to use their sensors to make sure the driver is taking proper care of their environment.

And as IATsd states, this will mean the supercar will “have the ability to make autonomous decisions on its own.”

However the report does not predict supercars with the capabilities of driverless vehicles will be in use for many years to come.

Ultimately, the supercruizement of passenger cars is an idea that has been around for decades, according IATSD.

A number of companies have developed autonomous vehicle technology over the years.

Many of them are now selling their products as “autonomous” or “connected” systems.

If these vehicles are fully autonomous, however, then the supercarios could not be considered to be fully autonomous vehicles.

With supercarrines, the driver and passenger will be constantly communicating via their own communication devices.

This means the superdriver will be not only physically present, but also be able control the vehicle remotely.

While this technology is a bit more advanced than driverless driving, IATs research suggests it could be “on the verge of becoming an actual reality,” according IASD.

The institute also noted that supercars “could be able [to] be connected with one another, and even with other cars,” making them “the ultimate supercaterra.”

IATA’s “Future Driverless Car” vision is part of a larger push to develop a “Driverless Autonomous Vehicle,” which will enable “future passenger vehicles to operate without the need of a human driver,” according its website.

The IATD is one of the IATSU’s many research centers.

Other IATsuisd research centers include the National Transportation Safety Board, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

According a 2017 report from IATSS, super cruise