Chevy Bolt EUV Doesn’t Get Super Cruise With Lane-Change Functionality


Chevrolet is progressing towards electrification and autonomy, albeit slowly. The refreshed Bolt doesn’t take tremendous strides, but the slightly larger Bolt EUV is the first non-Cadillac vehicle under the GM umbrella to offer drivers the semi-autonomous Super Cruise experience. It’s still not the full experience, however.

In January 2020, Cadillac announced its Enhanced Super Cruise system which, among other things, includes a lane-change feature. With Super Cruise running, drivers can merely tap or fully engage the turn signal to perform a hands-free lane change. This is made possible because of the upgraded digital vehicle platform for the CT4 and CT5 sedans, but the Bolt EUV – which is based directly on the Bolt – doesn’t use that system. In short, the older electronics aren’t able to handle the added load that comes with Enhanced Super…

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