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In my opinion, this is the most important part of the article.
"An LED embedded in the top of the steering wheel switches from green to red when the driver needs to take over immediately. That happens most frequently when the car hits a stretch of road that’s missing from or — doesn’t match — its millimeter-detailed map. On my drive, Super Cruise handed back over to me both times I passed downtown Kalamazoo on I-94, presumably because of recent construction."
SuperCruise works great as long as the current road conditions match the high resolution maps, but even minor deviations can cause it to stop working. This driver assistance model is easier to implement, but more difficult to scale to additional roadways and to L4 or L5. Tesla's approach of teaching the system how to drive based on the fundamentals of the observed environment, much like a human does, is much, much more difficult to implement. Once they figure it out, however, it'll be a much easier to scale to handle the low-probably, 6-sigma events that an L4 or L5 system must handle.
You have the option to chose “works really well on mapped/approved roads” vs. “works okay on all roads but will try and kill you several times per drive”.how can it be superior when it only works on roads that are in GM's list of approved roads/highways and there is zero city driving features/capability?
You have the option to chose “works really well on mapped/approved roads” vs. “works okay on all roads but will try and kill you several times per drive”.
This will be included on the $33K Chevy EUV. Tesla wanting $10K for perma-beta features is a little rich. With Chevy getting the $7K tax rebate, that may prompt some price changes across the EV industry. Maybe we will see the $25K Tesla sooner than we thought.
I just want a cheap car and don't really care about having a status symbol priced car. I welcome the competition. The Hyundai Iconiq being announced tomorrow could make this interesting. All good for furthering EM's electric revolution!
The price is interesting because when you buy a gm vehicle you normally don't pay MSRP at the dealership unless it's a corvette c8.
This will be included on the $33K Chevy EUV.
It won't be included or even available on the $33K LT trim and you must buy the Premier trim to option. Also it will be 1st generation Super Cruse and won't have lane change.This will be included on the $33K Chevy EUV. .... With Chevy getting the $7K tax rebate....