Their self-learning car will be able to track your habits (and any passengers as well) and will automatically set the car cabin to your preferred temperature—it will also know when to alter it based on the outside weather. Thanks to its Smart Assistant, the auto will be able to check out your schedule for the day, send you reminders via your smartphone, change settings, and pre-set the navigation accordingly. If you like a specific temperature after a long workout at the gym, the car will learn this and have it waiting. It will also be able to predict future actions, like an upcoming long drive, and let you know whether or not you should get gas ahead of the time.
Your individual driving style is also a big perk of the upcoming self-learning car. Able to learn your style in a range of traffic conditions and road types, the car will be able to enforce certain settings automatically. For example, when you turn on cruise control, the car will know your distance settings and acceleration profile, and put them in place.