What he means by "autopark" is the car will parallel or "T" park by itself (it steers, you operate the throttle and brake). Latest thing. Takes forever, and if you really know how to actually drive you won't use it. I don't miss it.
I prefer the light interiors.
My only real dislike is the wheel/tire combo. I don't like the runflat tyres, they are overweight, and 20" wheels are TOO HEAVY. If they had gone with 17" or 18" with real repairable tyres they would have dropped about 200 lbs from the car, all unsprung. It would ride MUCH better. But I guess I'm out of touch with "modern styling". Style over function.
Oh, and I turned OFF the silly "lane keep assist", or whatever Infiniti calls it. Don't need it, don't want to be fighting it, doesn't work in winter, and doesn't put the car where -I- want it to be in the lane.
DO love the DRCC (Toyota term - dynamic radar cruise control). Love that the latest version works to 0 forward speed, that it will sit and wait till the car ahead moves and then you just touch the throttle or the cruise button and it "resumes". Oh, and of course, that it stops the car -before- it hits the car ahead.
Had the older version on my 2012 Prius (would drop out at 40 km/hr), the new Prius has this version.
The fit and finish above all sold me on this car. Mine is the "sensory package".