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What is this? In the crawl towards the holy grail of level five, fully autonomous, sleep-while-you-travel cars, there are many steps that have to be ironed out first. Levels one to four, for starters. We’ve had level one stuff like adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance and parking aids for a while. Now we are seeing more cars fitted with level two systems. These are defined as systems which can take full control of the vehicle but must be monitored by the driver, who must be prepared to immediately intervene as and when things get ugly. OK, but you still haven’t told me what this is… This is Cadillac’s level two system called Super Cruise. It’s fitted exclusively to high-end variants of the range-topping CT6 saloon either as standard on the top spec level, or as a $5k option to the next level down.