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10-18-2017 02:37 PM
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Does Cadillac Super Cruise Self-Driving Technology Actually Work?



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Perhaps Iím too trusting, but it only took me about three minutes to go from hands hovering over the steering wheel to leaning back in the driverís seat with my arms crossed. Cadillacís Super Cruise system is so good that it builds driver confidence almost immediately.

Autonomous cars are the modern automotive industryís holy grail, with practically every manufacturer and supply house feverishly developing the technology needed to build them. But while rivals are still in the laboratory, Cadillac has leapt ahead.

In broad terms, Super Cruise is a self-driving technology that allows a vehicle to essentially control itself without requiring the driverís hands to be on the wheel or feet on the pedals. It enables a car to accelerate, steer and stop all on its own in certain situations, emphasis on certain situations. No, you canít put a destination into the navigation system and then take a nap or hop in the back seat to play a game of bridge, at least not yet.
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