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  1. Autonomous Vehicle Technology
    The California Public Utilities Commission announced Friday that GM's Cruise, a self-driving car service out of San Francisco, has been authorized to participate in the state's first pilot program to provide driverless ride services to the public. The company is not allowed to charge passengers...
  2. General Motors and General Automotive Topics
    It may feel that way, but GM is not treading water. GM is now devoting more R&D to EV development ($27 billion through 2025) than to gas-powered vehicles. Some examples, BrightDrop, the "last mile" delivery EV600 delivery van and EVP1 motorized pallet. The Cruise Automation Origin self driving...
  3. Chevy Bolt EV Discussion, News, Reviews & Events
    No more backup drivers. Today, Cruise starts driverless Bolt EV service beginning in San Francisco The California DMV has given them permission to operate vehicles without a backup driver. Click for Engadget Article
  4. Chevy Bolt EV Discussion, News, Reviews & Events
    Cruise and parent company General Motors showed off the Generation 3 on Monday, built in GM's Orion assembly plant in Michigan. The vehicle comes with fully redundant systems, which means if one, say, computer that crunches data and determines how the car will drive dies, another stands ready to...
  5. General Motors and General Automotive Topics
    Cruise Automation, is a San Francisco-based startup making sensors that turn regular vehicles into ones that can drive themselves. The move is part of a big bet for GM in the driverless car industry as several of the major car manufacturers are now racing to implement this type of technology...
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