Self-driving cars have been making more and more headlines in recent years, but the new Super Cruise autonomous car system doesn't come from the typical locale.
When reading about self-driving cars, articles typically have a byline in Silicon Valley, with companies like Tesla and Google dominating the category. However, the new, road-ready Super Cruise system comes not from the west coast, but from the east — Detroit, to be specific. Super Cruise is the product of GM, and the system is set to roll out in the latest model of the Cadillac CT6.
Like all road-legal self-driving vehicles currently available, GM's Super Cruise isn't a truly autonomous feature. It can only be activated on "divided, limited-access highways" with "defined 'on' and 'off' ramps," according to The Verge via TechCrunch.