Cadillac is reportedly axing Super Cruise from the CT4 and CT5 sedans. The removal has nothing to do with the feature’s market performance, but rather the ongoing global semiconductor shortage.

GM Authority reports both sedans will lose the feature soon, but Cadillac plans to offer it again sometime in early 2022 at the earliest. Super Cruise serves as Cadillac’s advanced driver assist system that allows for hands-free driving on certain highways. The feature has been offered on the CT4 and CT5 since 2021 model year. It has remained optional on both cars.

This isn’t the first time Cadillac has had to remove Super Cruise from the option list. The brand had to remove Super Cruise from the 2022 Cadillac Escalade as well, also due to the chip shortage. Cadillac is also removing the parking assist feature from its XT4, XT5 and XT6 SUVs due to not having enough chips to install it on them.

The timing of this doesn’t bode well for GM’s grand plans for Super Cruise. The automaker is set to offer Super Cruise on several non-Cadillac models, including the upcoming 2022 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado. Thus far GM hasn’t said if the redesigned pickup trucks will be impacted by this latest round of Super Cruise cuts over at Cadillac.

Fingers crossed these feature shuffles finally subside sometime in 2022 as the global chip shortage stabilizes.