https://blog.caranddriver.com - General Motors has made the Chevrolet Bolt EV the flagship of its future autonomous fleet. Uber has a high-profile partnership revolving around Volvo’s XC90 SUVs for its self-driving future.
https://blog.caranddriver.com - For all of Elon Musk’s huffery-puffery re: Autopilot, for all the noise General Motors has been making about Cadillac’s Super Cruise and Chevy’s autonomous Bolt EVs, and for everything Nissan has been gabbing about in the realm of self-driving automobiles, there’s just one car company that comes to mind when one thinks of actual, honest-to-goodness robots: Honda. And at the 2018 CES show, Honda is out to illustrate that its robo-ambition stretches beyond Asimo.
https://www.greencarreports.com - While such autonomous players as Uber, Tesla, and Waymo have already opened their car doors to the public, GM's autonomous subsidiary Cruise Automation has held its cards close to its vest. This past week, the Detroit-based automaker and Silicon Valley-based subsidiary allowed select members of the press a sneak peek of what’s to come from.
https://insideevs.com - Though some automakers are working diligently on self-driving cars, this Chevy Bolt proves that it may still be awhile before a robot can fully comprehend its environment. GM’s Cruise Automation initiated the first public rides in its autonomous Bolt this week.
https://www.greencarreports.com - General Motors officials made a bold announcement on a Thursday conference call with investors: the automaker plans to launch commercial autonomous fleet operations beginning in 2019. The Detroit-based automaker's vision for commercial, autonomous ride sharing will begin with self-driving Bolt EV robo-taxis operating in dense urban areas in.
http://www.thedrive.com - General Motors, in a collaboration with its driverless car startup Cruise, sent its Chevrolet Bolt on a series of media-only preview test drives Tuesday, but the urban environment it traversed may have been a bit overwhelming for the car. According to Reuters, the dense streets of downtown San Francisco proved to be too challenging for the vehicle to complete on its own.
http://www.autonews.com - A self-driving Chevy Bolt drove more than two miles in San Francisco in its media debut, but double-parked cars and traffic cones tripped up the computer driver, and a taco truck stumped the machine.
https://insideevs.com - GM’s Cruise Automation will soon begin the testing of autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EVs (Level 4) on a daily basis in New York City to accelerate improvements of the system. Manhattan, targeted for the tests, is considered one of the most challenging places to operate an autonomous vehicle in the US,.
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.