2023 GM’s full-size SUV gets its first Super Cruise expansion pack
In August, GM announced that it has doubled the size of the road network available for Super Cruise hands-free driving. Joining the option list in 2017, Super Cruise was restricted to divided interstate highways in the United States and Canada. The expansion opened up an additional 200,000 miles of divided interstate highways as well as major highways without medians. Both coasts are beneficial, but there are more relaxing driving activities on the East Coast in particular. North of the border, six of Canada’s 10 provinces have additional roads allowed.
The problem is, no GM vehicle can take advantage of this. That will change this month, with the automaker saying four of its full-size SUVs in specific versions will be the first to use the expansion. The SUVs are:
These vehicles must be manufactured on or after October 3, 2022, a production timeline that GM says will bring the first models to customers this month. The least expensive way to enter Super Cruise is by two-wheel drive, $77,625 Chevrolet Tahoe Premier with 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder Duramax engine diesel oil and Advanced Technology Packages.
Vehicles that use GM’s Vehicle Intelligence Platform electric architecture and already have Super Cruise will receive an over-the-air update “in the coming months” to access new roads at no cost to owners. fee. For other products like cadillac CT4 and CT5, chevrolet Silverado, and GMC Sierra also works with a VIP platform, they may not be far from adding capacity and they will bring a lower finance bar to join.