GM developing ‘Ultra Cruise’ system to combat Tesla’s Autopilot


GM’s Enhanced Super Cruise will include automated lane change, which will allow the hands-free system to change lanes on the highway when requested on demand.


General Motors is developing a new semi-autonomous driving system that’s internally being referred to as “Ultra Cruise,” an executive with the automaker said Tuesday. 

The next-generation system takes the automaker’s current Super Cruise system that has the capability to operate on highway systems to city streets, according to Doug Parks, GM executive vice president of Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain.

“We have another big team inside the company hat that’s being worked on internally,” he said Tuesday…


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