https://insideevs.com - About a month ago, a self-driving Chevy Bolt was involved in a crash with a motorcycle, and now the driver is suing GM. Cruise Automation’s autonomous Chevy Bolts have been involved in more than a few accidents recently (13 to be precise, according to the California DMV).
https://blog.caranddriver.com - Motorcyclist Oscar Nilsson might not have been going fast when he and an autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EV collided, but he was quick to point the finger and assign fault to the prototype vehicle. Reports via the San Jose, California, Mercury News with subsequent reporting by CNET’s Roadshow, however, indicate that General Motors does not believe the vehicle was to blame.
http://www.thedetroitbureau.com - General Motors is being sued by a motorcyclist who was hit by an autonomous Chevy Bolt in San Francisco.
http://www.thedrive.com - Oscar Nilsson of San Francisco has filed a lawsuit against General Motors concerning a crash between him and an autonomous Chevy Bolt that occurred Dec. 7, reports the Mercury News.
https://www.cnet.com - Cruise Automotive is taking the wraps off its first fully autonomous car, the Cruise AV, and it's a lot more than a Bolt EV without a brake pedal.
https://blog.caranddriver.com - General Motors is poised to release a production-ready autonomous vehicle without a steering wheel and pedals in 2019. The car, to be named the Cruise AV, is a Chevrolet Bolt EV–based self-driving car that relies on technology developed by the Detroit-based automaker and Cruise Automation, a self-driving startup that GM acquired nearly two years ago.
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - General Motors has showcased its plan to launch public ride-hailing services by teasing a self-driving vehicle with no manual controls whatsoever. The fleet is said to arrive in 2019, which gives us plenty of time to form an angry mob.
https://insideevs.com - No steering wheel or pedals in the self-driving car. Notice something unusual about the inside of this new car?
https://www.freep.com - General Motors has asked the government to sign off on test fleets of autonomous Chevy Bolts that has no steering wheel, accelerator or brake pedal.
https://www.greencarreports.com - How comfortable would you be in a taxi or car-service vehicle that had no steering wheel, accelerator or brake pedals? That's the question prompted by a photo that has already produced some subconscious anxiety among at least auto writers.