General Motors has revealed the subscription pricing for its Super Cruise semi-autonomous driver assist technology, which made its debut in the 2018 Cadillac CT6 and is now becoming available on more GM models.
The Super Cruise subscription will cost U.S. customers $25 per month on a standalone basis, meaning without another OnStar plan/subscription. Alternatively, it can be added to certain OnStar plans or bundles for $15 per month.
The need for a subscription is only now starting to come to light for Cadillac owners, since the very earliest Cadillac CT6 models with Super Cruise are only now coming out of the three-year included subscription period. For those vehicles, Cadillac has added a one-year extension to that period, though only for original owners.
In addition to the CT6, GM is now offering Super Cruise as an option for the 2021 Cadillac CT4 and 2021 Cadillac CT5, as well as on the all-new 2021 Escalade. On the CT5, Super Cruise is listed as a $2,500 option, but as GM Authority recently reported it can be ordered only in conjunction with other packages that brings the total option cost to $8,740.
The first non-Cadillac, and first fully electric vehicle, available with Super Cruise will be the Chevrolet Bolt EUV. GM president Mark Reuss said in February of this year that the company intends to expand Super Cruise availability to 22 models by 2023, though they have not all been announced yet. However, GM Authority has recently learned that Super Cruise will also be offered on the refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 and 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 pickup trucks.
Classed as an SAE Level 2 autonomous system, Super Cruise allows for hands-free driving on over 200,000 miles of compatible highways in the U.S. and Canada, and has recently been enhanced with automated lane change functionality. It is important to note that Super Cruise is not fully autonomous, and requires the driver to pay attention to the road ahead.
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