For over a century Cadillac has been, at its core, an innovator. That’s why, when America gets its first taste of hands-free driving, it’s because of Cadillac ingenuity and engineering. Cadillac Super Cruise is a hands-free driving system developed through driver-assist features that are becoming commonplace. Cadillac takes it further, though. Learn more about Cadillac hands-free driving, available on many new Cadillac models at Thompson Cadillac in Springfield.
With more than 130,000 miles of limited-access highway separated from oncoming traffic available for hands-free driving and new routes added through southern Missouri, Cadillac hands-free driving is a technology whose time has come. Hands-free driving makes long drives more comfortable. It works as an extension of Adaptive Cruise Control, a feature that controls acceleration and braking when it’s activated. Coupled with OnStar®, precision LiDAR mapping, in-car cameras, radar sensors, and GPS, Cadillac Super Cruise will know what’s on the road ahead. Every car equipped with Cadillac Super Cruise includes a three-year subscription to OnStar®
Drivers who want to try Cadillac hands-free driving can do so in three easy steps:
There are times when Cadillac Super Cruise should not be activated:
Do you want to experience the future of driving? Then contact Thompson Cadillac to arrange a test drive of one of our Cadillac Super Cruise-equipped new vehicles like the Cadillac CT6 and the 2021 Cadillac Escalade. You can also find out about other available Cadillac features and technology, such as which Cadillacs have AWD and which have Cadillac Magnetic Ride Control, or learn about service topics like what does an alternator do?