The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee will feature lane-keeping assistance, a system that notifies you if you are drifting out of your lane. This is similar to what Tesla does with Autopilot. The system uses ultrasonic sensors on each side of the vehicle to detect lane markings and alerts you if it senses you are straying from your intended course. This technology will be standard on all 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee trim levels. The package includes adaptive cruise control and a lane-keeping assist system that can help you steer back into your lane if you start drifting out of it. The system works at speeds up to 90 mph and uses cameras and sensors to monitor your position in the lanes. If it detects that you are starting to drift out of your lane, the system will gently apply pressure on the steering wheel to help guide you back into place. It is part of a more significant effort by automakers to make autonomous vehicles feel safer than human drivers. This is ideal if you need help keeping your car in its lane. The system also includes a front and rear parking assist, which will steer the vehicle into a spot if you are traveling less than 3 mph. This feature is helpful if you are unsure how close your car is to something in front or behind it. For additional details, feel free to contact Energy Dodge.