Cadillac Super Cruise technology has already established itself as one of the best hands-free driving systems currently available. Now, you can use it more often with the addition of 70,000 more miles of Super Cruise-programmed highways.
With these additional miles in the United States and Canada, drivers will be able to use Super Cruise on more than 200,000 miles of highways. Cadillac uses precise LiDAR map data, an advanced Driver Attention System, a network or radar sensors, and GPS technology to give Super Cruise its advanced capabilities.
“We are constantly working to make Super Cruise the most beneficial system for our customers,” said Mario Maiorana, Super Cruise chief engineer. “Expanding our offering of compatible highways will allow people the ease and convenience of traveling hands-free more often.”
Since its introduction, Cadillac drivers have traveled more than 2.5 million miles using Super Cruise. Cadillac has also made updates to the system based on driver feedback. These updates include making it easier to activate Super Cruise, added a dynamic lane offset so when Super Cruise is activated the vehicle will move over slightly when passing large vehicles, and messages in the gauge cluster to let drivers know why Super Cruise may not be available in an area.
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