Have you heard about the Chevy Bolt GM driveless car?
General Motors is getting ready to test a supposedly fully autonomous version of their Chevrolet Bolt, called the Cruise AV, by 2019. In order to test it, the company has filed a petition to the U.S. NHTSA to allow some changes to safety rules.
Veteran automaker General Motors have asked federal transportation authorities to allow changes in existing safety regulations so they could field an autonomous version of their Chevy Bolt, now called the Cruise AV, by 2019.
The reason for the Safety Petition? Well, if you’ve seen the Cruise AV, it’s not similar to other driverless cars currently around. This one really doesn’t want you to drive it. The Cruise AV doesn’t have any steering wheel and pedals.
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