Driver assistance technology is advancing at light speed, and some Chevy drivers have been living in the fast lane for a while. Now, Chevy is adding its highly advanced Super Cruise™ hands-free driver assistance technology to the 2023 Suburban and Tahoe models.
The Super Cruise™ feature works via a combination of precision Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) map data, real-time cameras, sensors, and GPS. All of this plus a Lane Sensing Camera and Adaptive Cruise Control works together to maintain vehicle control, steer, accelerate, brake, and keep a safe following distance while in your Chevy.
It’s important to note that Super Cruise™ does not make your Chevy an autonomous vehicle — it’s specifically a driver assistance technology. In fact, while engaged it implements a Driver Attention System to monitor your head and eye position, and it’ll alert you when manual steering is needed.
For the 2023 Chevy Suburban and Tahoe, the Super Cruise™ feature will be limited to the Premier and High Country models. The good news? You’ll be able to enjoy this futuristic tech on over 200,000 miles of compatible roads — a network that grows every day. Reach out to our knowledgeable team at Suski Chevrolet Buick in Birch Run, Michigan, to learn more.