General Motors' Ultra Cruise takes on Tesla's Autopilot FSD

Published Oct 07 2021 at 5:50 PM GMT
  • General Motors' hands-free driving assistance is leveling up with Ultra Cruise.
  • The advanced driving assistance system known as Super Cruise is already available in some Cadillac and Chevy vehicles, but only on highways across the US and Canada.
  • On Wednesday, the carmaker announced an upgraded version, Ultra Cruise, that will work on city streets and rural roads, along with highways.
  • GM estimates the new version will cover 95 percent of all driving scenarios, including parking in driveways.
  • GM didn't list which vehicles would have Ultra Cruise available on 2 million miles of road with the 2023 launch, but said the first car to include the system will be a Cadillac.



  • Published Oct 7, 2021 5:50 PM GMT