A fully automatic steering, braking and lane-centering vehicle is on the horizon for Cadillac. According to the GM company, the "Super Cruise" could be ready by 2015. A combination of radars, ultrasonic sensors, cameras and GPS map data would allow drivers to safely take their hands off the wheel during bumper-to-bumper traffic or long road trips.
“Super Cruise has the potential to improve driver performance and enjoyment,” said Cadillac marketing vice president Don Butler. “Our goal with advanced technologies, like this and our CUE system, is to lead in delivering an intuitive user experience.”
The machine takeover is almost upon us.