Was this a deliberate ploy or simply a mistake by whoever made up the advertisement? One thing is for sure, though, cars will change drastically in the next ten or twenty years. It'll be a bit like the 'better go out and buy a gun before the laws change," with cars too, in the not to distant future. Everybody'll want to grab the current kind before the new ones come in.
Well the 'no driver' car will come in. They're already in the trial stage. Bit like computer landings on aeroplanes, they'll be regarded as being safer to be on the road than cars being driven by human beings.
Cars, incidentally, have become easier to drive as the years have gone by. For example, when I got my driver's licenece back in 1955, all cars were manual transmission. Automatics were yet to come in. In fact they didn't even have turning-indicator lights or stop-lights. It was all hand signals and 'be alert, mate!' Many cars and most trucks still didn't have syncho on the gears so you had to 'double shuffle' to get a smooth gear change.
Now, we know that most drivers have an exaggerated view on how capable they are. I think some American statician showed a few year back that around 85% of drivers thought they were 'above average!' That says it all - no wonder there are so many prangs.
Anyway, like it or not, the driverless car is coming downs the road.