Super Cruise Coming To Cadillac CT6 Late This Year3
Cadillac made a big splash with four new ad spots for the 89th Oscars, all set to debut on your television later this evening. However, if you pay close attention, Cadillac also set a tentative launch date for one of its most highly anticipated new features.
Super Cruise technology, which was originally scheduled to debut with the 2016 Cadillac CT6 is now set to arrive in late 2017, according to the fine print found in the brand’s “Pioneers” ad.
We also get a quick look at what the system will actually look like, with a large light bar mounted flush into the steering wheel. Presumably, color coding will let the driver know when it will be ready to disengage any human control of the vehicle. The technology is also said to feature eye-tracking technology to ensure the driver is still paying attention to the road ahead.
It will not only be Cadillac’s first major step into autonomous driving but General Motors’, too. The brand has stated it will put Super Cruise out there when it’s ready and not ship a half baked system. For all the delays, Super Cruise promises to be a top notch system.
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Given GM’s track record with new technology, be prepared to crash
Tesla already has a terrible record. GM has no dead drivers yet. Which is better?
Yeah, that electric starter they invented was a total waste of time. Why can’t we just hand crank our cars?