If navigation and autopilot were connected, I'm sure we would have heard about it, so I'm pretty sure there is none (as of now. ) However, here's what happened to me a couple of days ago (my driving routes are not letting me re-test this for a while): 1. I was driving along a divided highway (401 through Toronto), in the right lane, with autopilot on. 2. I set the navigation (even though I knew where I was going), and the computed route was for us take the third exit from the current location. 3. The upcoming two exits, as well as "our" (the third) exit, were all "right lane splits into an exit lane". 4. AP kept the car in the driving lane (not taking the exit) on the first two exits. 5. AP took the right, "exit" branch of the third exit. The one that the navigation was having us use. Yes, I tried once and succeeded once, but, still, this is most likely just a coincidence. However, it would be most cool if it did work, so... anyone else tried this, and got similar, or opposite results?