Two years after its announcement, Jeep secretly unveiled its Hands-Free Active Driving Assist (HFDA)

as reported by Motor Authority. "Hands-free Active Driving Assist (late availability)  

offers hands-off driving at all speeds and lane centering on approved roadways, for even greater  

driving convenience," stated press releases from 2021 announcing the Grand Cherokee

and Grand Wagoneer for 2022. In tight turns, the system will predictably slow down the car

over control automatically when the driver overrides, and make sure the driver is looking at the road."