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2022 Ford BlueCruise, ActiveGlide Enrollment Figure Revealed

Ford recently disclosed its U.S. sales results for the month of December 2022, and with it, The Blue Oval also revealed just how many customers have enrolled in its semi-autonomous driver assist features, including Ford BlueCruise and Lincoln ActiveGlide.

In total, Ford BlueCruise and Lincoln ActiveGlide have accumulated 114,000 enrollments, gaining 5,000 more subscribers than November 2022, during which The Blue Oval reported that 109,000 customers were taking advantage of the driver assist features. Those users have now clocked over 42 million miles while using BlueCruise or ActiveGlide on applicable highways.

Ford BlueCruise and Lincoln ActiveGlide are both constantly receiving updates that make the feature easier and safer to take advantage of. BlueCruise 1.2 recently debuted in September 2022, and it promises advanced features such as hands-free lane changing that can be activated by tapping the turn signal. This system can also suggest lane changes in slow-moving traffic to keep the vehicle moving. Additionally, Predictive Speed Assist was also added. This technology automatically adjusts the vehicle’s speed when it approaches sharp curves while providing ample warning to the driver of speed changes. Another feature, In-Lane Repositioning, helps the vehicle maintain its position in a lane while keeping it a safe distance away from other travelers in adjacent lanes.

A more advanced version of BlueCruise is on the horizon as well. The forthcoming technology will propel BlueCruise into the L3 level of autonomous driving, which means it will feature an advanced level of partial automation without being fully autonomous. BlueCruise L3 will rely on various driver assist systems, an advanced scanner array and artificial intelligence to make decisions based on changing traffic and road conditions. The goal is for the system to enable drivers to take their eyes completely off the road while it is active.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. John

    I haven’t received a single update to the BlueCruise in my 2022 F-150 that makes it any better. So I’m not sure where that bit of information is coming from. And I’m sure BlueCruise 1.2 won’t be an available update for anything else unless it comes off the factory line as a future upgrade. Ford doesn’t know how to take care of its existing customers, where as Tesla doesn’t force customers into newer models just to get an upgrade to any of its ADAS/autonomy feature updates.

    1. Mike

      Ford Blue Cruise can be used on 130,000 miles of roads. GM Super Cruise can be used on 400,000 miles of roads and GM will soon expand the Super Cruie to 1,200,000 miles of roads. It is clear Blue Cruise is a poor cousin of Super Cruise.


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