As previously reported by GM Authority, General Motors recently began activating Super Cruise and HD Surround Vision on the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq via a software update. Now, it appears as though a small number of early Lyriq units are experiencing an issue with this activation.
GM Authority has learned that select 2023 Cadillac Lyriq models need to have their Image Processing Control Module replaced in order to complete the activation of Super Cruise (RPO code UXL) and HD Surround Vision (RPO code UXP). Tagged with program number N222392961, this Customer Satisfaction Program will be performed by certified dealers, and will be available until May 31st, 2025.
As some background on the technology itself, Super Cruise and HD Surround Vision were standard features on 2023 Cadillac Lyriq Debut Edition examples, as well as non-Debut Edition variants of the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq Luxury RWD and 2023 Cadillac Lyriq Luxury AWD models.
At the time of delivery, Lyriq units had both technologies deactivated, and were labeled as such with RPO codes R6I and R6X. This means that although the hardware for these features may have been installed, the software required for activation was not.
Then, just a few months ago, Super Cruise and the HD Surround Vision system were made available via a software update at the dealership that included reprogramming the Image Processing Module, and if necessary, the short-range radar sensors as well. Tagged with Customer Satisfaction Program number is N222392960, this update is not accessible via an over-the-air update at home.
Looking forward, all 2024 Cadillac Lyriq trims – excluding the starting Tech – will feature HD Surround Vision as standard. Meanwhile, Super Cruise will be equipped as standard affair on 2024 Lyriq models configured in the Luxury 2, Luxury 3, Sport 2, and Sport 3 trim levels.