General Motors Chief Engineer of Ultra Cruise Jason Ditman says Ultra Cruise will eventually allow hands free driving in 95% of driving scenarios but drivers still need to be engaged. Ditman: "If the driver attention system detects that your gaze is not on the road, whether it's off the road, down at your lap, we will be counting how long your gaze is away and if you're gone for too long, we'll, our first level of escalation is the light bar will flash red, and that's pretty good at getting your attention. If that doesn't get your attention, we'll buzz the seat. If that doesn't get your attention, we'll buzz the seat and flash the light bar red. If you still haven't come back, you'll get a nice little voice that comes on that says 'please take control of the vehicle' and at that point we will take the feature away from you until you turn the car off and turn it back on because you've been an abuser of the system. We still need the driver to pay attention.” For more information on these and other vehicles, check out CarPro.com. With Today’s Auto News, I’m Laura Reynolds.