General Motors is expanding its Super Cruise network in North America by doubling the number of roads where drivers can activate the hand-free automated highway driving feature. The expanded network includes a combination of undivided and divided highway roads. GM is also adding the famed Pacific Coast Highway (Route 1) is California, which allows for hands-free driving along the scenic coast from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Eric Walz2022-09-09 10:30 PT
Automaker General Motors kicked off its two-day investor event on Wednesday with some major new announcements, including the unveiling of an all-new updated version of its Super Cruise hands-free autonomous driving feature called "Ultra Cruise." GM says Ultra Cruise will ultimately enable hands-free driving in 95% of all driving scenarios and can be used on virtually every paved road in the U.S. and Canada.
Eric Walz2021-11-12 12:50 PT
General Motors and its autonomous driving arm Cruise LLC have filed a lawsuit to stop rival Ford Motor Co from using the name "BlueCruise" for its new autonomous driving feature that offers hands-free driving on highways. General Motors’ autonomous driving system is called “Super Cruise” and the automaker claims that Ford’s calling its autonomous driving feature BlueCruise infringes on its trademark.
Eric Walz2021-09-01 09:15 PT
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will now require automakers selling vehicle equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) or SAE Levels 3-5 automated driving systems to report any crashes involving their vehicles, the agency announced on Tuesday.
FutureCar Staff 2021-08-05 15:30 PT
On Sunday, General Motors unveiled the new Bolt EUV electric crossover. It's based on the Bolt EV hatchback that’s been on sale since 2017. GM’s Bolt EUV is an affordable choice for buyers looking for a fully-electric vehicle that's not a Tesla. It will be available this summer.
Eric Walz2021-03-23 18:15 PT
A recent survey conducted by the automotive test outlet 42HOW in China has declared Tesla’s Autopilot feature as the best automated driving system on the market in China with a total score of 283 out of a 335. The Model 3 managed to set a substantial lead over the first runner-up the BMW X5, which received 208 points respectively. Seventh place was the Cadillac CT6 with a score of 129.5.
Manish Kharinta2021-01-15 14:50 PT
U.S. automaker General Motors (GM) released its tenth annual sustainability report on Thursday. The latest sustainability report confirms the automaker's commitment to electrification. The report outlines GM’s plans to introduce 12 new fully-electric models by 2023 and that the recent pandemic has not caused any delays in the launch of the new models.
Eric Walz2020-08-23 14:30 PT
The upcoming 2021 Cadillac CT4, CT5, and Escalade will all be available with Cadillac’s semi-autonomous Super Cruise system, which now has a lane-change feature.
Vineeth Joel Patel2020-03-08 17:38 PT
Following the footsteps of electric automaker Tesla, General Motors said on Monday that all of its future models will be able to receive over-the-air updates by 2023.
Eric Walz2019-06-26 12:12 PT
Luxury automaker Mercedes Benz announced that the next S-Class, the company’s flagship sedan, will offer Level 3 autonomous driving technology, allowing drivers to take their eyes off the road in certain situations. The technology will be made available in the next S-Class and will eventually be offered on other Mercedes models.
Eric Walz2018-11-17 10:47 PT
General Motors is expanding its Super Cruise autonomous driving system, which allows drivers to ride hands-free on the highway, to Cadillac’s entire lineup starting in 2020 and later to other GM brands.
Jacky Ho2018-07-13 12:38 PT
FutureCar Staff Sep 22, 2023 4:15 PM PT