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  1. GM: fully self-driving Bolts in U.S. cities in 2019

    Autonomous Vehicle Technology
    General Motors Co laid out its vision for self-driving vehicles on Thursday, telling investors it planned a commercial launch of fleets of fully autonomous robo-taxis in multiple dense urban environments in 2019. “If we continue on our current rate of change we will be ready to deploy this...
  2. Can the Bolt EV AV use Reverse to get out of the way?

    Autonomous Vehicle Technology
    Or hit the horn alarm? You'd think so, but a recent driveless bus in LA got whacked by a truck driver backing up and not paying attention. The bus saw the truck backing up and stopped. It could not back up and apparently did not sound it's horn. The truck driver soon backed into the bus...
  3. Self Driving Truck does 120 mile beer run

    Autonomous Vehicle Technology
    Otto, Uber’s self-driving truck company just completed its first shipment: 50,000 cans of Budweiser. In the early morning hours of October 20th, an 18-wheeler tractor trailer pulled into Colorado Springs, Colorado, bearing 50,000 frosty cans of Budweiser beer. Normally, this would not be a...
  4. Tesla: All Vehicles in Production Capable of Self-Driving

    Tesla
    Every vehicle built “will have the hardware needed for full self-driving capability at a safety level substantially greater than that of a human driver,” the company said in a statement Wednesday. The vehicles have eight cameras and 12 sensors giving full 360-degree visibility, the company...
  5. Uber’s Self-Driving Fleet Arrives This Month

    Autonomous Vehicle Technology
    Starting later this month, Uber will allow customers in downtown Pittsburgh to summon self-driving cars from their phones, crossing an important milestone that no automotive or technology company has yet achieved. The cars will be the first of 100 custom Volvo XC90s, supervised by humans in the...
  6. BYD Qin - You want to check out this new EREV

    Other EVs PHEVs EREVs
    5.9 seconds 0-62 Remote driving capability and alot more goodies... See for yourself: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgZ2kxuHc7k
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