https://insideevs.com - According to GM, its fleet of self-driving Chevrolet Bolts has more than doubled, which means more accidents … but fortunately, the Bolt has not been at fault. GM’s Cruise Automation has increased the number of autonomous Bolts testing on California roads to 100 over the last three months.
http://www.carscoops.com - Consumers are still wary of autonomous driving technology and news that vehicles from Cruise Automation were involved in six accidents last month likely won't help their confidence.
https://medium.com - In the near future you’ll see these cars on the road, and they’ll look like regular cars, but they’re actually some of the most technically advanced robots on the planet. They don’t need drivers, and there might not be anyone inside at all. They’ve been designed to emulate human driving behavior but with the human mistakes omitted.
http://www.businessinsider.com - General Motors (GM) and Cruise Automation, the autonomous-car startup it acquired for more than $1 billion last year, have finalized a production design for an autonomous version of GM’s Chevy Bolt, Cruise’s CEO Kyle Vogt announced. GM has already started building the vehicles, with 50 coming off the line so far, and is set to increase production as it simultaneously works to improve its autonomous-driving software for wide release.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - General Motors’ autonomous-vehicle team said it has created the world’s first mass-producible car designed to operate without a human driver. Cruise Automation CEO Kyle Vogt said the electric vehicle, derived from the Chevrolet Bolt, “isn’t just a concept design — it has airbags, crumple zones, and comfortable seats.
http://www.autonews.com - Cruise Automation CEO and founder Kyle Vogt is touting the GM subsidiary's newest version of its autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EV as the "first real self-driving car."
https://www.forbes.com - The new edition of the trail-blazing electric vehicle has a smaller battery and lower range than the Tesla Model 3 and Chevrolet Bolt, but In the autonomous department, the car shines.
http://insideevs.com - GM’s autonomous driving company – Cruise Automation, is currently testing the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt EV in an autonomous ride sharing application in San Francisco. The service is available through Cruise Anywhere App, but only for Cruise employees at this point.
https://www.digitaltrends.com - Cruise Automation is running an autonomous ridesharing service for its employees in San Francisco. Employees can hail a self-driving Chevrolet Bolt EV using a smartphone app, seven days a week.
http://wardsauto.com - The Chevrolet Bolt battery-electric vehicle was designed specifically for autonomy, and GM is the first company to actually build an autonomous vehicle in a high-volume factory, Kiefer says.