Except that from the middle of next year, everything electronic which is now considered a gadget of some sort will be compulsary on a new car in the EU:
intelligent speed assistance,
alcohol interlock installation facilitation,
driver drowsiness and attention warning systems,
advanced driver distraction warning systems,
emergency stop signals,
reversing detection systems,
event data recorders,
accurate tyre pressure monitoring,
advanced emergency braking systems,
emergency lane-keeping systems,
enlarged head impact protection zones capable of mitigating injuries in collisions with vulnerable road users, such as pedestrians and cyclists.
My Subaru from 2018 has most of these already installed, not sure about the alcohol interlock thing though.
Cons: more weight, more electronic reliance, and definitely (a lot) more cost.