There are many cars that already do it and a big push to market them. I also suspect that some large car companies are against it, because when you sell me a car that drives itself and it crashes I'm going to sue the manufacturer. Imagine a manufacturer had to absorb the cost of every accident that ever happened, damage and injuries. So I'm not so sure we'll all be getting chauferred around by our cars tomorrow
The bizar thing however is we're advised to dress as xmastrees as if that'll ever work against cellular challenged ones.
There are bluetooth helmets now. I could see it if you like some tunes on long rides but who the hell wants to talk on the phone while riding? Scott+1
The last car was made somewhere in the 80sThey still make supercars though: no radio, no satnav, just shift'n vroem.
I don't want anything smarter than me in my pocket.
Just be engaged and drive using common sense...