After rolling out across the United States and Canada in late 2017, Super Cruise is making the trek to China.
General Motors announced on Tuesday that Cadillac’s Super Cruise semi self-driving system will make its formal debut in the country at CES Asia. The technology first debuted with the 2018 Cadillac CT6 sedan, though GM did not explicitly state where Super Cruise will show up first in China. Our bet is still with Cadillac.
The technology uses advanced mapping and Lidar to give the “sight” to the system. A camera also keeps tabs on the driver’s eye movement, and if the driver doesn’t respond to alerts, Super Cruise will pull the car over and alert OnStar.
CES Asia will open on June 13 and run through June 15 with a theme of “Tomorrow starts here.” Cadillac and GM will also offer attendees experience with the technology during the expo.