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Well that remains to be seen. But yes, I can believe the car will do that in the not-so-far future.

The fun part is that if it does that, what else it does at night when you're not watching? Go hang around with other Fords? Make some money by taking other "users"? It can just ask ChatGPT!
BTW, this kinda reminds me of Iain M Banks novels. There was this spacesuit, that had it own conciousness, and it went out for its own evening delights..
Gort was actually the robot in "The Day the Earth Stood Still":

Note: When flying saucer contactees adapted Klaatu's look (just with longer hair), and the carrot, his alleged plea for peace and brotherhood, they ignored his stick, that if Earth didn't get its act together, it would be burnt to a cinder.
There is a colorized version of "The Day the Earth Stood Still," and "Forbidden Planet," a creditable precursor to Star Trek, with Leslie Nielsen portraying a captain that clearly influenced William Shatner, was an A-level sci-fi drama in living color.