General Motors announced that the company is officially expanding its Super Cruise network starting mid-November 2022.
The company announced plans to double the Super Cruise network in North America back in August.
The newly expanded Super Cruise network will now cover more than 644,000km (400,000 miles) of roads in Canada and the United States.
The maps show that the expansion is especially significant in the western US and Canada.
The first vehicles to receive the updated Super Cruise will be full-size SUVs built on October 3, 2022, or later.
So that means the following vehicles and trims from the 2023 model year:
- Chevrolet Tahoe – High Country and Premier trims
- Chevrolet Suburban – High Country and Premier trims
- Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV and Escalade-V
- GMC Yukon Denali Ultimate
While for existing customers with Super Cruise, you will receive an update in the coming months over an over-the-air update.
GM did not confirm the exact timing that the over-the-air update would roll out to clients in Canada and the United States.
In addition, GM also confirmed once again the company is working on Ultra Cruise, which will build upon Super Cruise.
As per their announcement at the time:
Ultra Cruise works through the same basic sensor types as Super Cruise—it has approximately 70 per cent more of them, including integrated lidar behind the windshield.
The new Ultra Cruise will debut on the Cadillac Celestiq.