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    Super Cruise may never get you off the highway. Instead, that will be Ultra Cruise's domain, GM's Executive VP of Global Product Development, Doug Park, told CNBC this week. The next-gen system will be the next phase in the development of Super Cruise, which currently allows drivers to take...
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    Cadillac Society reports, citing anonymous sources, that Super Cruise will be a $2,500 option for the 2021 Escalade. The updated SUV will Cadillac's first available with the semi-autonomous drive technology, but not all buyers will be able leave the dealership paying just $2,500. The feature...
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    The Escalade, the CT5, and the CT4 will soon benefit from an improved version of Super Cruise. The new updates include richer map information, better software, general enhancements, and, most importantly, a new feature called Lane Change On Demand. The marquee update, which Mario Maiorana...
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    Owners of the CT6 will soon be able to use Super Cruise on more than 200,000 miles of American and Canadian roadways. The (free) update will be added to the brand's unique driver assistance technology in the fourth quarter of 2019 and will include a software update. It will require drivers to...
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    When it comes to semi-autonomous driving, Cadillac is tops. That's according to a new test from Consumer Reports. It's the first time that the organization has tested partially automated driving systems. So why did Cadillac's Super Cruise get the top spot? CR said that "it does the best job of...
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    Cruise control. It's the best feature in the world on the highway. At least it was until adaptive cruise came along. And sure, it might eventually get replaced by autonomous driving, but until then I'll enjoy keeping my right foot on the floor over long highway drives. This is how it works...
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    Soon it won't just be Cadillacs with Super Cruise semi-autonomous technology, as GM plans to expand the feature to the rest of its brands starting in 2020. The company had long said that the service would be expanded beyond Cadillac, but this is the first time that GM has actually provided a...
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    The future of Cadillac isn't all transportation pods and living spaces, says the brand's president, Johan de Nysschen, because they drive too well. "Our cars are fantastic to drive, they are rewarding, they're exhilarating, they're comfortable, luxurious, refined, but they're also performance...
  9. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac is showing off its new Super Cruise autonomous driving technology by using it to "drive" from coast to coast. Super Cruise takes adaptive cruise control to another level by allowing people to drive mostly hands-free along 130,000 miles of North American freeways. Super Cruise uses...
  10. Global Cadillac News
    Training is a key component in Cadillac's rollout of its Super Cruise semiautonomous highway driving technology. Cadillac will begin a national dealer training program this week as Super Cruise equipped CT6s begin rolling into dealerships. "It's very important. We don't take it lightly at...
  11. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac announced its autonomous driving system Super Cruise is ready and will be available this fall. The system, designed to compete directly with Tesla's Autopilot, will first appear on the Cadillac CT6. It doesn't sound like GM has pulled any punches. Super Cruise is touting some serious...
  12. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac is developing an advanced semi-autonomous driving system dubbed Super Cruise, which is very different from any other system currently offered. When conditions allow, this advanced driver-assistance technology should be able to steer, brake and regulate vehicle speed automatically...
  13. Global Cadillac News
    General Motors' futuristic semi-autonomous driving technology now seems tinged with nostalgia. The automaker's "Super Cruise" self-driving function was first announced back in September 2014, but the new model many expected to be launched with the feature - the 2016 Cadillac CT6 - showed up...
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    While some have criticized GM's decision to delay its semi-autonomous Super Cruise technology, the company says it has used the extra time to minimize risks. The Detroit Free Press caught up with Mark Reuss, GM executive vice president for global product development, on the sidelines of a...
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