• GM to release car without a steering wheel by 2019

    8 days ago - By Techno Buffalo


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  • General Motors To Begin Mass Production Of Cruise AV, Driverless Car With No Steering Wheel Or Pedals

    General Motors To Begin Mass Production Of Cruise AV, Driverless Car With No Steering Wheel Or Pedals

    8 days ago - By Inquisitr

    General Motors is mass producing a car without a steering wheels or pedals. The driverless car, called the Cruise AV, has been engineered to transport passengers safely without a human being at the helm, CNET is reporting. It will have a touchscreen, though, but that's the extent of the driver controls.
    According to CNET , The Cruise AV is destined for GM's version of Lyft. Riders will be able to request these vehicles using an app. The app will also allow you to input your destination and to control the music and the temperature in the car. The car's AI will adjust its conditions to your...
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  • General Motors has a car without a steering wheel on the way

    General Motors has a car without a steering wheel on the way

    8 days ago - By Tech Radar

    The New Year has just begun, but General Motors is already looking toward 2019, when it will take the next step for its self-driving cars. It plans to release the Cruise AV, a self-driving car without a steering wheel, pedals or any of the standard driver controls. The news comes from a GM announcement about its safety petition to the US Department of Transportation for permission to put the Cruise AV on roads as early as next year. GM acquired Cruise Automation in 2016, and since then Cruise has worked on its technology. Driverless vehicles powered by Cruise are already on the roads in...
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  • GM petitions to build driverless cars without steering wheel or pedals

    GM petitions to build driverless cars without steering wheel or pedals

    8 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / Notice anything wrong with this picture? It's a little disconcerting to see the interior of a Bolt EV without the driver controls.
    General Motors is getting ready to ditch the driver for good-at least in its newest R&D vehicles. In 2019, Cruise-the self-driving startup acquired a couple of years ago by GM -wants to begin testing the fourth generation of its autonomous vehicle, the Cruise AV. (This is a modified Chevrolet Bolt EV, no relation to the Chevrolet Cruze.)
    The company has filed a safety petition with the US Department of Transportation requesting permission to deploy...
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