General Motors will expand Super Cruise, the driver-assistance system it currently offers only on the Cadillac CT6, to 22 nameplates by 2023, GM President Mark Reuss said Wednesday.
The technology will move beyond Cadillac to GM's other brands in 2021. This year, Super Cruise will be available on the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, CT4 and CT5.
It will be offered on seven additional nameplates next year, and 12 more will get Super Cruise as an option starting in 2022 and 2023, Reuss told investors at the automaker's Capital Markets Day presentation.
Since its introduction in 2017, Super Cruise has been available only on the CT6, which went out of production in North America at the end of January.
Last week, GM said it would add automated lane-changing capability to Super Cruise when it expands to other Cadillac nameplates.
The Super Cruise rollout has been slow because GM designed the technology to fit within its new digital platform, which it's implementing as vehicles are redesigned.
According to the automaker, about a third of CT6s are sold with Super Cruise, and customers who have it use the feature about half the time when it's available. GM says more than 70,000 miles a week are driven using Super Cruise and that more than 85 percent of CT6 owners have said they would prefer or only consider a vehicle equipped with Super Cruise in the future.