If you're rocking a Moto G but are sorely missing the Drive Mode enjoyed by its big brother, Moto X, an update is in the works. Motorola's Punit Soni, in a live hangout this afternoon, said it's in the works.
"We want to make sure that all the power of that platform shows up on Moto G. Making sure to enable Drive Mode is part of that. It's not there yet, but it's in our plan to be."
Drive Mode is part of Motorola Assist. It senses when you're driving and will read certain incoming notifications to you and allow for easy auto-replies. (It also kicks in when you're in the passenger seat or are taxiing on an airplane.)