Today, Super Cruise is only available on the CT6 sedan, which will go out of production this week. The system eventually will spread throughout Cadillac’s lineup.
The rollout has been slow as GM designed the technology to fit within its new digital platform.
About a third of CT6s have Super Cruise, and customers who have it use the feature about half the time when it’s available. To date, GM says, more than 70,000 miles a week are driven using Super Cruise. More than 85 percent of CT6 owners said they would prefer or only consider a vehicle equipped with Super Cruise in the future, Maiorana said at a media briefing last week.
Super Cruise has been through a series of upgrades since its 2017 launch. In June, availability was expanded by 70,000 miles of compatible roads to 200,000 miles in the U.S. and Canada.
Other Super Cruise enhancements on the 2021 models include richer map information to enable automated lane change and improved functionality through turns and highway interchanges, software for better steering and speed control and improvements that make engaging the system easier for the driver.