My neighbor just bought a 2017 Acura MDX. I understand that members here look down on all ICE cars, so my question is not about the drivetrain. Obviously an ICE vehicle is inferior to a BEV the majority of the time. From reading the brief description of the safety features, it does appear rather impressive. I'll need to test drive his MDX to assess just how effective everything is. He drove 250 miles from the dealer to his house, and sent me a few photos of "hands-free" driving. He did say that he had to keep his hands close to the wheel, just in case. The following is from another website: Buy a 2017 starting this summer, and every trim line between $44,000 and $58,000 (estimated) gets you adaptive cruise control (ACC) with low-speed follow (LSF), collision mitigation braking system (CMBS) with automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning (LDW), lane keeping assist (LKAS), forward collision warning (FCW), and road departure mitigation (RDM).