According to a General Motors spokesperson, the Bolt EUV will not include the feature found in Cadillac vehicles outfitted with Super Cruise. GM's Cadillac luxury division added the feature to a handful of cars last year, but they happen to use the automaker's "Vehicle Intelligence Platform." The Bolt EUV includes a slightly modified version of an older electrical platform to equip Super Cruise in general, but it does not support the automatic lane change feature. That'll remain exclusive to Cadillac for now, unless GM updates other vehicles in the future to include its VIP. It's not out of the question, but it would be a costly move before introducing a new generation of a specific vehicle outright.
Still, Bolt EUV owners will be able to enjoy hands-free highway driving on roughly 200,000 miles of mapped roads in the US. Using a boatload of cameras, radar, GPS information and the HD maps, the car handles all the basic functions on the highway. A separate driver-facing camera also watches the person behind the wheel to ensure they're paying attention at all times. No, GM won't let you look at your phone or read the paper behind the wheel.
The 2022 Bolt EUV, and the refreshed Bolt EV, should go on sale this summer. Prices for the EUV start at $33,995. Interestingly, the price is only $2,000 more than the standard Bolt EV.