General Motors stated in a news release that it would increase the North American Super Cruise road network’s existing coverage from 200k miles to over 400k miles. The forthcoming extension will include undivided highway roads as well as interstate highways, unlike the existing mapping system, which only covers interstate highways. The Trans-Canada Highway, U.S. Route 66, California Route 1, and the U.S. Route 1 are just a few of the important routes that the expanded map will contain.
By 2023, GM claims that 22 of its vehicles will use the extended Super Cruise road network. The GMC Hummer EV, Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac CT5, Cadillac CT4, Chevrolet Silverado, and GMC Sierra are just a few of those automobiles. If your car was constructed using GM’s VIP (Vehicle Intelligence Platform), you can update Super Cruise for nothing through the internet. You might need to go to a dealership for installation if, on the other hand, your car has the Super Cruise software but not the VIP electrical architecture. The new Super Cruise road network extension will launch “later this year,” according to GM.