Cadillac recently announced it was working on a system it calls "Super Cruise" that would be capable of steering, braking and lane-centering in highway driving without human intervention. In effect, it's a car that drives itself. (Remember K.I.T.T. from the Knight Rider TV series?)Well, according to a new survey, we are ready for this technology.
37 percent of vehicle owners surveyed said they "definitely would" or "probably would" purchase a self-driving system in their next vehicle.
The technology could boost the price of the car up to $3,000 -- so that might cause some car buyers to be a little less enthusiastic about it all.
So the question is, could you let the car drive itself?