SUPER CRUISE™

AVAILABLE ON ALL SUPER CRUISE-ENABLED VEHICLES

OnStar® Emergency Service & Assistance

An OnStar Emergency-Certified Advisor  can assist drivers should they become nonresponsive while Super Cruise is active.

Adaptive Cruise Control

Works with Super Cruise to automatically detect vehicles traveling in the same direction in its path. Controls acceleration and braking to maintain a driver-selected following gap, even in stop-and-go traffic.

More than 200,000 miles of Compatible Roads

Available in the U.S. and Canada. Super Cruise includes the latest map updates and an innovative Driver Attention System to monitor that you're paying attention to the road ahead.

AVAILABLE ON SELECT SUPER CRUISE-ENABLED VEHICLES

Automatic Lane Change

When a slower vehicle is detected ahead, properly equipped vehicles can automatically initiate the turn signal, change lanes, pass the slower traffic, signal again and return to their original lane without the driver ever touching the controls.

Super Cruise Trailering

When your properly equipped vehicle's trailering system is activated, it will allow Super Cruise to recognize your compatible trailer and automatically lengthen the gap to the next vehicle ahead in traffic - giving you extra stopping distance if needed. Trailering cannot be used in conjunction with Automatic Lane Change or Lane Change on Demand.

More than 400,000 miles of Compatible Roads

Available on select Chevy vehicles in the U.S. and Canada. This road expansion allows you to travel hands-free on more roads than ever before, including non-divided highways.

The hands-free future.

Super Cruise is the first true hands-free driver assistance technology for compatible roads, and it's now being offered on more Chevy vehicles than ever before. Select 2023 vehicles will now include additional features plus an expansion of compatible roads to bring your hands-free experience to the next level.

Late availability on select vehicles. Always pay attention while driving and when using Super Cruise. Do not use a hand-held device. Requires active Super Cruise plan or trial. Terms apply.

What you'll need.

Chevrolet Connected Services

Super Cruise functions with the Super Cruise Connected Services plan. All Super Cruise-equipped vehicles include 3 years of connectivity to support functionality, after which an eligible paid Connected Services plan is required.

After initial three-year period, an eligible Connected Services plan must be purchased. Connected Services vary by vehicle and model and require active serve plan, working electrical system, cell reception and GPS signal. Does not include safety services. Super Cruise vehicles are connected to emergency services. See onstar.com for details.

Active Features

In order to control acceleration and braking and maintain a driver-selected following gap time with Super Cruise, both Adaptive Cruise Control† and Forward Collision Alert must be active. Teen Driver technology must be turned off.

Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver's responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Visibility, weather and road conditions may affect feature performance. Read the vehicle Owner's Manual for important feature limitations and information.

Driving Considerations

Proper conditions and an attentive driver are required in order to activate and use Super Cruise. Make sure you're on a compatible road with clearly visible lane markings and that your camera and radar sensors aren't covered, and ensure your eyes are on the road so the Driver Attention System detects you're paying attention.

Engaging Super Cruise.

Step 1

First, activate Adaptive Cruise Control. If Adaptive Cruise Control is already set, the symbol on the instrument cluster will be white with the cruise control speed shown.

Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver's responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. Read the vehicle Owner's Manual for important feature limitations and information.

Step 2

When Super Cruise detects you're on a compatible road and paying sufficient attention and all other driving conditions are met (lane markings visible, GPS available, no system faults, etc.), a white Super Cruise symbol will display on the instrument cluster.

Step 3

When it's safe to do so, press the Super Cruise button on the steering wheel to engage the feature. Once the steering wheel light bar and the Super Cruise symbol turn green, you may remove your hands from the steering wheel. Don't remove your hands unless the light bar is green, which indicates that Super Cruise is steering the vehicle. To disengage Super Cruise, press the Super Cruise button again, press the brake pedal or pull the Regen on Demand paddle.

Using Super Cruise Responsibly.

The following are situations in which Super Cruise shouldn't be activated:

  • When you're not on a compatible road
  • During difficult or uncertain driving conditions
  • When lane markings are poor and visibility is limited
  • In a tunnel or construction zone
  • In slippery or other adverse conditions, including rain, sleet, fog, ice or snow
  • On a road shoulder or service drive
  • On a freeway or highway exit lane

Note: Consult your vehicle Owner's Manual for important information about Super Cruise.

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