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GM Unveils Super Cruise: Now You Can Moonwalk Across North America Without Lifting a Finger!

DETROIT – In an automotive leap that’s one small step for cars, but one giant leap for hands-free driving, General Motors (GM) has just cranked up the dial on convenience and innovation. The Detroit-based automotive giant is not just cruising; it’s Super Cruising its way into the future with a whopping expansion of its Super Cruise network to a staggering 750,000 miles. Yes, you heard it right – that’s enough road to make three round trips to the Moon, sans the need for astronaut suits or gravity boots.

In what could only be described as the ultimate “hold my beer” moment in the hands-free driving arena, GM has left its competitors in the dust, expanding its Super Cruise compatibility to nearly six times the mileage of other hands-free technologies available on the market today. Picture this: you could virtually drive coast-to-coast from New York City to San Francisco and back about 130 times without ever needing to lay hands on the steering wheel. That’s not just driving; that’s Super Cruising.

Anantha Kancherla, GM’s VP of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), couldn’t hide his excitement, stating, “GM is all-in on safely deploying Super Cruise as we make the technology available on more vehicles, more roads, and for more people to enjoy.” It seems the secret sauce to GM’s confidence is high-precision LiDAR mapping, ensuring Super Cruise is as reliable as it is revolutionary.

Since its debut in 2017 as the industry’s first true hands-free ADAS, Super Cruise has been setting the standard for what it means to drive in the lap of luxury. Today’s expansion isn’t just about adding miles; it’s about connecting lives, linking rural towns across the U.S. and Canada and making family visits, camping trips, and boating weekends more accessible and stress-free.

Super Cruise isn’t just growing; it’s evolving with features like Lane Change on Demand, Automatic Lane Change, and the pièce de résistance for those who love to hit the road with their trailers – the Hands-Free Trailering capability. Imagine hitching your boat or camper to the 2024 Chevrolet Traverse or GMC Acadia and hitting the open road without ever needing to steer. That’s not just convenience; that’s magic on wheels.

With over 80% of surveyed Super Cruise owners claiming the technology makes driving more relaxing, and with over 160 million miles driven accident-free, GM’s Super Cruise is not just leading the hands-free driving charge; it’s redefining it. And with new roads being added to the Super Cruise network through 2025, this is just the beginning of a hands-free revolution that promises to make getting from A to B not just easier, but downright enjoyable.

So, buckle up (figuratively, of course, because your hands are free) for a Super Cruise experience that promises to be as close to autopilot as you can get without leaving the stratosphere. GM is not just driving into the future; it’s Super Cruising there, and it’s taking us all along for the ride.

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