Consumers are split on whether self-driving features make a vehicle safer and many shoppers do not expect their next vehicle to have any form of self-driving capabilities, a recent survey from AutoList.com found.
According to the survey:
- Thirty-six percent of respondents said self-driving features did not make a vehicle safer, another 36% said they did, and 28% were unsure.
- Forty-seven percent of car shoppers did not expect their next vehicle to have any form of self-driving capabilities, 28% did, and 25% were unsure.
- The ADAS or self-driving features consumers wanted most on their next vehicle were Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane-Centering; the ones they wanted the least were automatic lane changes and hands-free driving on city streets.
Click here to see the full results of the survey.