Subscription-style payments have been gradually creeping into the automotive world for the past few years. BMW and Tesla seem to be leading the way, with the former planning on charging for features like Apple CarPlay and even heated seats, while Tesla wants to charge a monthly fee for usage of its cars’ Full Self-Driving suite. But before Tesla’s FSD subscription hits the streets, Cadillac has decided to get ahead of them, as MotorTrend reports. The luxury automaker plans to start charging for its SuperCruise hands-free driving service as soon as September. That month is, of course, the three-year mark since Cadillac released the feature in the CT6 sedan.
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