2017年6月四级真题听力原文第一套

2017年6月四级真题听力原文第一套
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Automakers and tech companies are working hard to offer the first true self-driving car, but 75% of drivers say they wouldn’t feel safe in such a vehicle.

汽车制造商和科技公司正在努力提供第一辆真正的自驾汽车,但75%的司机说在这种车上他们不会感到安全。

Still, 60% of drivers would like to get some kind of self-driving feature such as automatic bra ki ngor self-parking the next time they buy a new car. The attitudes are published in a new AAA survey of 1,800 drivers.

尽管如此,60%的司机希望在下次购买新车时能获得某种自动驾驶功能,如自动刹车或自动停车。这些态度发表在一份关于1800名司机的新AAA调查中。

Advocates of self- driving cars argue they would be safer than in cars driven by humans because they wouldn’t get distracted or drive when tired. (1) But those surveyed by AAA say they trust their own driving skills. Many feel the technology is too new and unproven. 自我驾驶汽车的拥护者认为他们比在人驾驶的汽车中更安全,因为他们不会在疲劳时分心或开车。(1)但是接受AAA调查的人说他们相信自己的驾驶技术。许多人觉得这项技术太新和未经证实。

(2) John Nielsen, AAA’s managing director of automotive engineering and repair, said tes ts suggest drivers may be overestimating their own abilities.

(2)John Nielsen,汽车工程和维修AAA公司的常务董事,说测试显示,司机可能高估了自己的能力。

He also believes they will be more likely to trust self-driving cars as they become more

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