Super Cruise is Cadillac’s hands-free advanced driver-assist system, recently updated to come with automated lane changing, allowing drivers to make highway lane changes by tapping the turn signal. Currently, Super Cruise is the only high-speed driver-assist system on the market designed for hands-free driving.
After it was initially made available in 2017 for the Cadillac CT6, the system is finally making its way into the automaker’s current lineup. For the 2021 model year, the CT4 and CT5 will offer Super Cruise with automated highway lane changing, alongside several other tech updates.
This additional feature will be followed by a price hike. The 2021 CT4 will start at $34,390, a $400 jump from the outgoing model year, and the CT5 will start at $37,990, a price hike of $100 compared to last year. The CT4 V-Series also sees a $400 jump, the biggest among all four trims, with the CT5 price hike being capped to under $100 across all trims.
The CT4 and CT5 will also now offer a 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster and come standard with Cadillac’s Buckle to Drive system, which prevents the car being put into drive until the driver’s seatbelt is fastened. Both sedans will also offer a new appearance package, Diamond Sky, which is available on the Premium luxury trim, and adds alloy wheels and Brembo V Performance front brakes.