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GM subsidiary Cruise to start testing driverless cars in San Francisco

GM subsidiary Cruise to start testing driverless cars in San Francisco

Cruise, a company majority-owned by General Motors, will start testing self-driving vehicles without driver monitors in San Francisco, the company said Wednesday. The company plans to begin testing a handful of vehicles, followed by a ’very methodical and responsible’ ramp-up across San Francisco, Cruise CEO Dan Ammann said. This is Cruise’s first such test.

Josh
Josh
Arthur
Arthur 1 months

driverless and electric vechicels will be the death of general motors so im glad they are embracing their death!

Indo
Indo 2 months

When we got nothing better to do, we fiddle daddle with everything.. Guess what kinda monkey business people be up to with hands free driving.

Luke
Luke 2 months

They're still hard at work on these Frankencars that the public doesn't want but terrorists can't wait to use.

R.
R. 2 months

"Driverless revolution" Yeah, no.

Doug
Doug 2 months

Hope this is robust and no one gets hurt. Seems like good exposure to Bolt EV.

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