I could be wrong, and significant Tesla Model S or taller Model X buyers will want the CT6 PHEV because it does not require remote charging for long trips, but has enough city range for commuting. It does have a bunch of more features, especially since AutoPilot 2.0 is stillborn.
What's interesting about the pricing is that if you add the options and then subtract the credit, the CT6 hybrid is less expensive than a comparably equipped CT6. (Just start with the Premium luxury and add the standard equipment on the hybrid, most of which I'd want.) Given the hybrid would be faster, cheaper, with way fewer gas station visits, no idea why anyone wouldn't want the hybrid.
I've changed on supercruise. I used to really want it. However I've found that with ACC and LKA, driving distances is not taxing. It would probably be more taxing worrying about supercruise. LOL I do like heads up displays and would love the night vision (more for fog than darkness).
Supercruise is mainly highway only, GM calls the Bolt an "Urban" car and also Josh Tavel said when asked about why the omission of ACC something to the effect of "that would require blended brakes and we didn't want to do that"...
I think supercruise is only highway. And not all highways. More interstates. It's all done with mapping and that's quite a task.
No idea what Tavel meant. Since the Bolt EV is the platform for autonomy, braking is obviously not an issue. No doubt he had something in mind. I just have no idea what that was.