Super Cruise is finally starting to be rolled out across the Cadillac range and now we know where it will jump to next: The Bolt EUV.

The crossoverified version of the Bolt EV, the EUV is expected to hit the market in 2021 as a MY2022. GM has said that it expects to sell 10 vehicles with Super Cruise by 2021 and on 22 vehicles by 2023, so the rollout is ramping up.

Super Cruise was first featured on the CT6 in 2018. The technology allows drivers to take their hands off the wheel for extended periods of time on designated highways. The feature has since been announced for the CT4, CT5, and the Escalade.

The Bolt EUV, meanwhile, will be 12 inches longer than the Bolt EV and will get increased ride height to give it the proportions of a crossover. It will ride on the BEV2 platform, which currently underpins the Bolt EV, rather than the recently launched BEV3 platform.

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