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.
With an attentive driver, and under the proper conditions, Super Cruise can permit hands-free operation of the vehicle. The technology functions with Chevrolet Connected Services† and uses real-time cameras, sensors, GPS and LiDAR map data to detect curves, helping to make long drives and commutes more comfortable.
AVAILABLE ON ALL SUPER CRUISE-ENABLED VEHICLES†
AVAILABLE ON SELECT SUPER CRUISE-ENABLED VEHICLES†
Compatible Road Map
Experience more than 200,000 miles of compatible roads in the U.S. and Canada in Bolt EUV and more than 400,000 miles of compatible roads for other select Super Cruise enabled Chevy vehicles†. For your next trip, use the map below to search for compatible U.S. roads.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Available with Super Cruise.
Super Cruise driver assistance technology is now available on the following vehicles.
2023 BOLT EUV
2023 SILVERADO LD
2022 BOLT EUV
2024 BLAZER EV
2024 EQUINOX EV
2024 SILVERADO EV
Available Fall 2023
Super Cruise† is a hands-free driver assistance technology for compatible roads. Super Cruise uses advanced technologies to provide the ease and convenience of hands-free driving. Your commute will never be the same.
No. Super Cruise does not perform all aspects of driving nor do everything a driver can do. Super Cruise allows the driver to drive hands-free when compatible road driving conditions allow the feature to be available; but the driver still needs to pay close attention to the road. Even while using the Super Cruise driver assistance technology, drivers should always pay attention while driving and not use a hand-held device.
Super Cruise is not available when Teen Driver† is active.
Additionally, Super Cruise should never be used under difficult or uncertain driving conditions. That includes never using it in construction zones, when lane markings are poor, when there is limited visibility, in a tunnel, on a road shoulder, service drive or lane exiting a freeway or in slippery or other adverse conditions, including rain, sleet, fog, ice or snow.
The Super Cruise driver assistance technology uses Global Positioning System (GPS) sensing, GPS-enhanced data, a high-precision map and network of cameras to maintain automatic control of vehicle steering on compatible roads. The GPS uses real-time corrections and map data to determine the vehicle’s location while the Lane Sensing Camera detects the marked lanes on the road to help the vehicle automatically steer and maintain lane position.
The system works with Adaptive Cruise Control†, which is designed to detect vehicles traveling in the same direction in its path and accelerate or brake the vehicle to maintain a driver-selected following gap time from a detected vehicle ahead, even in stop-and-go traffic conditions.
When engaged, Super Cruise utilizes a Driver Attention System. It provides feedback on system status while tracking the driver’s head position and using alerts that prompt the driver to pay close attention to the road and steer manually when needed.
To disengage Super Cruise, take control of the steering wheel and then press the Super Cruise button again, press the brake, or pull the Regen on Demand†. paddle. If you grab the steering wheel and press the brake pedal, Super Cruise and Adaptive Cruise Control will disengage.
Super Cruise will not steer to avoid safety situations. You need to take control to steer around a traffic situation or object, merge into traffic, exit the highway, make a turn, stop for crossing traffic or a traffic light, a stop sign or other traffic control device. Super Cruise does not steer to avoid construction zones. Super Cruise is not a crash avoidance system and will not steer or brake to avoid a crash. Super Cruise does not steer to prevent a crash with stopped or slow-moving vehicles. You must supervise the driving task and may need to steer and brake to prevent a crash, especially in stop-and-go traffic or when a vehicle suddenly enters your lane.
Just begin to steer and the light bar should pulse blue. Once you are ready for Super Cruise to steer again, center the vehicle in the lane and wait for the steering wheel to turn green. You can remove your hands when the steering wheel is green.
It is important to always remember that Super Cruise is a driver assistance technology and cannot accurately detect all situations, so you should pay attention to the road ahead while Super Cruise is engaged. Super Cruise also cannot determine whether the driver is awake, asleep, impaired or properly focused on safe driving. Complete attention is always required while driving, even when using Super Cruise. The driver should always be prepared to take over steering or apply the brakes at any time.
Super Cruise is not available when Teen Driver is active.
Super Cruise will not brake the vehicle when approaching an intersection that is controlled by a traffic light or stop sign. Super Cruise will not detect vehicles crossing the road ahead, including at intersections, and will not automatically steer or brake to prevent a collision. You must manually brake and steer the vehicle. It is important that you always stay engaged and vigilant at all times when driving.
Consult your Owner’s Manual for further limitations.
Super Cruise will use the Adaptive Cruise Control† set speed, however if you have not set the Adaptive Cruise Control speed when Super Cruise is activated, it will use your current speed as the Adaptive Cruise Control set speed. Super Cruise also will slow down around sharp curves.
Super Cruise map information is updated periodically. Automatic updates via your Chevrolet Connected Services plan will occur for the latest Super Cruise road availability information. In the event that a map update is not completed within seven months, Super Cruise will be disabled. In order to get Super Cruise working again, you must either drive the vehicle long enough for the automatic updates via your Chevrolet Connected Services plan to take effect or visit the dealer to have a new map update downloaded to the vehicle for free. Wi-Fi may be required for map updates. See your owner’s manual for details.
The Super Cruise system is a highly sophisticated system and should only be serviced by technicians with the proper training, tools and safety instructions, which are qualifications Chevrolet dealers have. Without these qualifications the vehicle may become damaged.
Each individual has their own tendency of where they drive in a lane, and where they perceive the center of the lane to be. Because we do not sit in the center of the vehicle, this can vary from driver to driver, and also depends on what type of vehicle is being driven based on how wide or tall the vehicle is. Super Cruise is designed to drive in the true center of the lane (+/- 4 inches or 10 cm). This may be different from where each individual normally drives and may give some drivers the feeling that they are too far to one side. In addition, in the Bolt EUV, Super Cruise does not movea to one side of the lane when passing traffic.