Funny, my extended family have several GMs and Fords with "enhanced self driving" systems, and they never shut up about how much they HATE them. My favorite story was the one about an escalade that would sway back and forth in a highway lane, making everyone carsick, jumping the moment it saw the painted lines. Or the one where she was used to the car fighting her when she did lane adjustment, then in the snow found out the system had turned off (because the sensor had snow on it) and she nearly nailed a concrete barrier in the overcorrection.
Not to mention how ENORMOUSLY expensive these systems are to fix. Say hello to $5k bumpers and 6-8 week repair times.
It sounds to me like they have developed an inferior system. My 2022 Hyundai Sonata SEL stays dead center in my lane at all times, and the adaptive cruise control will come to a full stop on a dime if needed. It warns me if I try to change lanes when someone is in my blind spot and pulls me back into my current lane.
It also allows me to take my foot off the brake at stoplights, trains, etc. The difference is (versus putting it in park) the brake lights stay on. I drive hands-free all the time on uncrowded highways when making long trips, and just have to touch the wheel now and then to let it know I haven't dozed off or it will alert me. Of course, I always pay attention and my hand is inches from the wheel at all times. This tech greatly reduces driver fatigue on long trips.
BTW- one should NEVER use any speed-assistance like cruise control in potentially slippery conditions. Hit one slick patch and you could wind up in the ditch, or worse. I'm not sure about the other tech out there, but I can easily turn off all these features (minus the blind-spot warnings) with the push of a button on the steering wheel. There are clear indicators near the speedometer that show when the tech is engaged, or has disengaged itself for any reason.
I wouldn't buy another car without it. Also, I will never set foot in a completely self-driving car for two reasons: I refuse to fully entrust my life to technology, and I enjoy driving too much.