Even though Tesla motors proudly call their semi-autonomous driving system an Autopilot, this term is a little bit misleading and you cannot expect a car in 2017 to be 100% self driving.
However, the technology is getting there and not only Tesla is making efforts to adding driver’s assist capabilities to their cars. Check out our list of semi-autonomous autos that are already on the roads today. Enjoy the ride.
Cars featured in this video:
Tesla Model S P100D and Model X: www.tesla.com/models
BMW 750i and other representatives of 7 series: www.press.bmwgroup.com/usa/article/detail/T0221442EN_US/the-all-new-bmw-7-series?language=en_US
Mercedes-Benz S-Class: media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko/S-Class.xhtml?oid=9266924
Toyota Corolla 2017 with Toyota Safety Sense: toyotanews.pressroom.toyota.com/press_kits.cfm?presskit_id=292
Honda Accord: automobiles.honda.com/accord-hybrid
Chevrolet Volt: www.chevrolet.com/volt-electric-car
Chrysler Pacifica: www.chrysler.com/pacifica.html
Genesis G80: www.genesis.com/us/en/genesis-g80.html
Subaru Legacy: media.subaru.com/newsrelease.do?id=987&mid=130
Ford Fusion: media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2016/12/28/ford-debuts-next-generation-fusion-hybrid-autonomous-development.html
Infiniti Q50S: infinitinews.com/en-US/infiniti/usa/presskits/us-2016-infiniti-q50-press-kit
Volvo XC90: www.media.volvocars.com/global/en-gb/models/xc90/2017/pressreleases