A friend of mine bought a Mercedes A330 Sport, and loved it. It was just short of a fully autonomous car. It has crash avoidance cameras connected to the cruise control, so if you set a speed, say 100 km/h, and you come up behind a slower car, or one cuts in on you, it will slow down to remain clear of the other car. It has cameras to monitor lanes, so that if you drift to the edge of the lane it will automatically steer you back into the centre of the lane. It will warn you if there is a car in a blind spot if you choose to change lanes. The GPS will tell you where red light cameras and speed checks and cameras, including mobile speed checks, are located. It adjusts speeds in line with changing speed limits. It almost drives itself. However, it has been in the dealers for 45 days to have a problem resolved and there is no indication when this will happen. The problem is that if you have the sunroof open and travel over 80 km/h, the car fills with the smell of stale dirty water. The dealer had removed the sunroof and headliner, and drilled into the airconditioner to inject a deodorant. All to no avail. He has been given a loan car, in which he has driven over 1000 km. He is now to the point of asking for a new car.