GM teases new Chevy Bolt with Super Cruise, sets release date for February

The company has released a new teaser that highlights a new feature coming to the electric vehicles: GM’s well-regarded advanced driver assist system, Super Cruise.

The teaser was timed to coincide with GM CEO Mary Barra’s keynote speech at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show — which is being held virtually this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

A major change will be the inclusion of Super Cruise, GM’s “hands free” advanced driver assist system.

It uses cameras, radar, and LIDAR mapping data, combined with a robust driver monitoring system, to take a lot of stress out of highway driving.

When engaged, drivers can take their feet off the pedals and hands off the steering wheel, and the car generally drives itself on divided highways.

As such, the Bolt EV and EUV were expected to go into production at the end of 2020 but were delayed until this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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