Nissan’s newest driver assistance technology suite, ProPILOT, will be integrated into its best-selling 2018 Rogue SUV to go on sale this month.

One of the carmaker’s most ambitious efforts to evangelize driver assistance technologies to date, ProPilot Assist is a semi-autonomous two-button operation that primarily focuses on optimizing single-lane highway driving using a camera and radar. It helps with lane control and maintaining vehicle speed, in part by measuring the distance of the vehicle ahead of the driver.

A secondary feature includes alarms that sound off when drivers leave steering wheels unattended for 10 seconds, prompting the system to pull the vehicle to a gradual stop with activated hazard lights.

“Nissan continues to democratize technology, bringing our most advanced systems to our highest volume models, rather than reserving them for our most expensive vehicles,” said Michael Bunce, vice president of product planning at Nissan. “Customers are delighted when they realize they can afford technology usually reserved for high-end, expensive luxury vehicles. Bringing unexpected value is core to the Nissan brand and our Nissan Intelligent Mobility mission.”

ProPilot Assist will be available on Nissan’s 2018 Rogue SL Platinum Package. It will arrive in U.S. dealerships on Oct. 24 with a starting price of under $35,000. This precedes its integration into the 2018 Nissan LEAF, which will go on sale in Jan. 2018.