The hands-free future.
Always pay attention while driving and when using Super Cruise. Do not use a hand-held device. Requires properly equipped vehicle, active Super Cruise plan, active Wi-Fi hotspot, working electrical system, cell reception, and GPS signal. Super Cruise Terms and Conditions apply.
Available Super Cruise
AVAILABLE ON NEW 2022 AND 2023 BOLT EUV SUPER CRUISE-ENABLED VEHICLES
More than 352,000 kilometres (218,000 miles) of Divided and Compatible Highways
Available in Canada and the U.S., Super Cruise includes the latest map updates and an innovative Driver Attention System to monitor that you're paying attention to the highway ahead.
Super Cruise vehicles are equipped with a series of cameras and sensors that identify lane markings and help keep you centred in your lane while driving hands-free.
OnStar® Emergency Services & Assistance
A priority connection to an OnStar Emergency Certified Advisor who can contact emergency service providers and provide certain types of critical assistance, should you need help.
Adaptive Cruise Control
Works with Super Cruise to automatically detect vehicles travelling in the same direction in its path. Controls acceleration and braking to maintain a driver-selected following gap, even in stop-and-go traffic.
AVAILABLE ON OTHER SELECT SUPER CRUISE-ENABLED VEHICLES
More than 640,000 kilometres (400,000 miles) of Compatible Highways
Available on select Chevrolet vehicles in Canada and the U.S. allows you to travel hands-free on more highways than ever before.
Lane Change on Demand
By simply activating the turn signal, Lane Change on Demand will look for an opening in the desired lane and change lanes without any further input from the driver.
Automatic Lane Change
When a slower vehicle is detected ahead, properly equipped vehicles will automatically initiate a turn signal, change lanes, pass the slower traffic, signal again, and return to their original lane without the driver ever touching the controls.
What you’ll need.
Engaging Super Cruise.
Using Super Cruise Responsibly.
The following are situations in which Super Cruise shouldn’t be activated:
• When you’re not on a compatible highway
• 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 highway shoulder or service drive
• On a freeway or highway exit lane
Note: Consult your vehicle Owner’s Manual for important information about Super Cruise.
Available with Super Cruise.
Super Cruise is now available on the following vehicles.
What is Super Cruise?
Is Super Cruise driving the vehicle?
Are there any other limitations on using Super Cruise?
How does Super Cruise work?
How do I disengage Super Cruise?
Will Super Cruise steer to avoid safety situations, objects, or any highway impediments?
How do I manually steer the vehicle when Super Cruise is engaged?
Do I pay attention if Super Cruise is engaged?
I'm on a compatible highway; are there any other limitations on using Super Cruise?
How does Super Cruise know how fast to go?
How and when does the map information used by Super Cruise update?
Who can service my Super Cruise System?
When driving down a straight compatible highway with Super Cruise active, it feels like the vehicle is not in the centre of the lane, or is too far to the right (or left), why?
How to get your available Super Cruise map expansion?