Chevy is bringing its latest in advanced driver assistance technologies to its most popular SUVs. The 2023 Tahoe and Suburban will now be available with Super Cruise™ hands-free driving on the Premier and High Country models.
The Super Cruise™ hands-free driver assistance technology functions by a combination of precision Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) map data, real-time cameras, sensors, and GPS. In conjunction with lane sensing cameras and adaptive cruise control, the Super Cruise™ will help manage your Tahoe or Suburban vehicle’s steering, acceleration, braking, and even following distance. On Chevy SUVs, the Super Cruise® technology will also feature automatic lane change and trailering capability.
The tech doesn’t make your Chevy fully autonomous, though, so you’ll want to stay vigilant and attentive while Super Cruise™ is engaged. In fact, the system will consistently monitor the driver’s head and eye position through a Driver Attention System, and it will issue an alert when manual steering is needed.
Overall, though, this smart tech will make long road trips more relaxing and less strenuous, so you can arrive at your destination well rested. Currently, over 200,000 miles of compatible roads are available for you to enjoy using the Super Cruise™ technology on your journey.
Our knowledgeable team at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow in Bartow, Florida, will keep you informed on any new developments for the 2023 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban.