GM continues to update its true hands-free automated driver-assist feature.
Super Cruise will soon cover 400,000 miles of roads in US and Canada
General Motors announced on Wednesday that its semi-autonomous driving system known as Super Cruise will be updated to cover around 400,000 miles of roads in the U.S. and Canada, or double what the system can currently handle. The updated version will be available later this year for vehicles in...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
2023 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban add hands-free driving with Super Cruise
The 2023 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban are the latest GM vehicles with the Super Cruise driver-assist system, but they get no other significant changes.Stephen Edelstein
GM's Ultra Cruise to enable hands-free driving for 95% of driving in 2023
GM's Ultra Cruise driver-assist system will arrive in 2023 to go beyond Super Cruise and provide hands-free driving on more than 2 million miles of road in the U.S. and Canada.Joel Feder
GM's “Hyper Cruise” trademark filing hints at fully autonomous driver-assist feature
GM could be close to announcing a self-driving feature that doesn't require any monitoring from the driver.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Cadillac Super Cruise users are about to get a $25 per month surprise: 3-year trial expiring
Beyond a three-year trial, owners of vehicles with Super Cruise will need to pay an as-yet-unspecified subscription amount to continue.Joel Feder
Cadillac Super Cruise availability is set to expand to over 200,000 miles of highway by the end of 2019 via software updates.