Which of these cutting-edge technologies has NHTSA rejected?

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But under NHTSA’s guidelines, those sorts of “photorealistic images, satellite images, or three-dimensional images” are considered too alluring for a straying eye. (The two-dimensional maps used in most navigation systems are allowed.) Audi must now decide whether to strip one of the most distinctive features of Audi Connect. Facing a similar choice is Tesla, which uses Google Maps software in the Model S sedan and lets drivers use a satellite image mode for navigation.