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GM Expands Super Cruise for Use on 400K Miles of Roadway

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Aug. 3, 2022—General Motors vehicles equipped with Super Cruise will soon have significantly more roadways on which the hands-free driving program will be able to navigate.

According to a report from The Detroit News, GM is doubling the amount of miles on which it offers the service from 200,000 to 400,000. The update will be made available later this year for vehicles made in model years 2021 and 2022 on GM's VIP electrical architecture.

Up until this point, Super Cruise was only offered on mapped divided highways and interstates. The service will now work on some undivided highways and sections of other major routes such as U.S. Route 66 and California State Highway 1.

The automaker plans to have Super Cruise available on on 22 models in North America by the end of next year.

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