GM Super Cruise hands-free system expanding to cover 400,000 miles


That green light means you can take your hands off the wheel. Just keep your eyes on the road!

Mack Hogan | CNBC

DETROIT – General Motors is expanding its Super Cruise hands-free driving system in the U.S. and Canada later this year, introducing the feature for non-interstate roadways and highways such as Route 66 and the Pacific Coast Highway.

With the additional roadways, the driver-assistance system will be usable across more than 400,000 miles of U.S. and Canadian roads, up from about 200,000 miles of strictly divided highway interstates.

“These are the main roads that connect the smaller cities and the townships across the U.S. and Canada,” David Craig, GM’s mapping specialist, said…


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