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    GM Super Cruise Added to 6 Model Year 2022 Vehicles

      GM has announced new Super Cruise capabilities and added Super Cruise to six model year 2022 vehicles starting Q1 of 2022.

    The industry's first true hands-free driver-assistance technology allowing drivers to travel hands-free over 200,000 miles of compatible roads across the U.S. and Canada is coming to 6 model year 2022 vehicles with new capabilities.

    Super Cruise New Capabilities:

    • Trailering - Customers will be able to trailer their boat, camper and more while driving hands-free.
    • Automatic lane change - The technology can indicate when a lane change is optimal and initiate the maneuver, while following signaling protocols.
    • Enhanced navigation display - Super Cruise compatible roads will be displayed in the in-vehicle navigation systems for vehicles equipped with the embedded Google Maps app and show routes available for hands-free driving, during route selection.

    Enhanced Super Cruise will be available in the following 2022 models:

    • Cadillac Escalade
    • Cadillac CT4
    • Cadillac CT5
    • Chevrolet Silverado
    • GMC Hummer EV Pickup
    • GMC Sierra

    Underscoring the software expertise at GM is the vehicles intelligence platform which provides more bandwidth and data processing power to support the expanding Super Cruise features. Model year 2021 vehicles that have Super Cruise will get these enhancements via over the air updates.

    GM is committed to having Super Cruise on 22 vehicle models by 2023 including the Cadillac LYRIQ, GMC HUMMER SUV and many more to come.

    To date, over 10 million Super Cruise miles have been driven in the U.S. and Canada.

    GM Introduces New Super Cruise Features to 6 Model Year 2022 Vehicles

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    Interesting!  I had e-mailed Cadillac about a week and a half ago with a SuperCruise question related to this. I wanted to know if SuperCruise on the Escalade would function if I had a bike rack on the back. Looks like it can once this rolls out.   The answer back then was that all sensors needed to be clear in order for SuperCruise to function. 

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    4 hours ago, Drew Dowdell said:

    Interesting!  I had e-mailed Cadillac about a week and a half ago with a SuperCruise question related to this. I wanted to know if SuperCruise on the Escalade would function if I had a bike rack on the back. Looks like it can once this rolls out.   The answer back then was that all sensors needed to be clear in order for SuperCruise to function. 

    Agree, based on trailering mode, then anything including a bike rack to carry your Motorcycle should still work with SuperCruise to my way of understanding.

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    Start expensive then move it all the way down the line.  Standard on just about every innovation (especially in cars) out there.  SuperCruise is great though.

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