GM to Expand Super Cruise to 1.2 Million Km of Compatible Roads

General Motors’ Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system, which enables hands-free driving in certain conditions, is about to expand once again.

The automaker recently announced that Super Cruise will be available on more than 1.2 million kilometres of compatible roads across North America by the end of 2025.

The system initially launched in 2017 on select Cadillac models and was limited to a small number of divided highways. In 2023, the Super Cruise network stretched to about 640,000 km of compatible roads in the U.S. and Canada. It will nearly double through the upcoming expansion, including a lot of minor highways connecting smaller cities.

Vehicles already equipped with Super Cruise (except for the Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XT6 and Chevrolet Bolt EUV) will receive an over-the-air software update within about one month of the GM brand site maps showing updated roads.

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