For the 2022 model year, the Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac CT4, and Cadillac CT5 will gain Super Cruise driver-assist technology. This advanced system enables you to ride hands-free along 200,000 miles of compatible roads in both the United States and Canada.
Super Cruise debuted on Cadillac models back in 2017, and it’s only improved from there. Since it first arrived, it’s gained additional routes, improved capabilities, and enhanced features. And the updates continue to roll in — for the latest model year, it gained trailering capabilities, automatic lane changing functionality, and enhancements to its navigation technology. Now, your Cadillac will display Super Cruise-compatible routes on the available built-in navigation system, making it easier than ever to enjoy a hands-free ride. Best of all, your Super Cruise-enabled Cadillac will always boast the latest features thanks to quick, easy, over-the-air updates.
By the 2023 model year, Super Cruise will be available on even more Cadillac vehicles, including the 2022 Cadillac XT6 and the upcoming all-electric Cadillac LYRIQ. There will be more to come after that, too — Super Cruise chief engineer Mario Maiorana hopes that in the future, drivers will be able to enjoy hands-free driving 95 percent of the time.
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