Cruise Automation continues to make progress towards a fleet of self driving Chevy Bolt EVs. But technological and regulatory issues remain.
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As we've watched GM and Cruise Automation develop the self-driving Chevrolet Bolt EV, we've seen some developments. But this is the real deal!
One robotic arm moves the Chevy Bolt EV to a charge station. The other robot initiates the charge on the vehicle. And here I've been plugging in my own electric...
How Apps are Changing the Driving Experience *This article comes to us courtesy of Rilind Elezaj, who has a detailed background in apps and app development...
Mary Barra reaches out to young people touting a number of exciting automotive advancements currently underway. Her hope is that students will consider General...
Two well known automotive hackers presented their plan for improving security of the autonomous Bolt EV. Their solution? If you don’t need something, take it out.
Cruise has been testing their autonomous Bolt EVs in San Francisco since last year. The company plans to launch their Cruise Anywhere ride-hailing service as...
Since the release of the documentary Who Killed The Electric Car, the EV1 name has carried a lot of baggage. But in their push towards zero-emissions, GM might...
GM told investors that it is planning a commercial launch of self-driving vehicles of large scale in the U.S. in 2019, seeking bold revenue opportunities.
The trend continues ... self-driving Chevy Bolt keeps getting hit by human-operated vehicles. Fortunately, the Bolt wasn't at fault and no one was hurt.
This Chevy Bolt proves that it may still be awhile before a robot can fully comprehend its environment, as taco trucks are too much to handle.
GM's Cruise Automation will test autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EVs on daily basis in New York City to accelerate improvements of the system.
GM and Ford have publicly shared future plans for electric vehicles, and analysts increasingly bullish. Details and actions will surely excite the market.
GM and Cruise Automation have increased the number of self-driving Bolts out on public roads and there are more incidents. But it's not the Bolt's fault.
GM's autonomous driving company - Cruise Automation, is currently testing the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt EV in an autonomous ride sharing application in San...
House Republicans are currently drafting another packet of deregulation bills that would limit state and local governments from limiting self-driving cars.
General Motors announced that it's capable of mass-producing the self-driving Chevrolet Bolt. Take a look at how they do it.
General Motors is paving its way toward a successful future with the winning combination of the Chevy Bolt, Maven, Cruise Automation, and Lyft.
Tesla, Apple, and other automotive/tech companies have made new suggestions to the California DMV regarding autonomous vehicle regulations.
Documents filed with the FCC show that General Motors' self-driving Chevrolet Bolt fleet will soon be the largest autonomous fleet in the world.
Autonomous tech is one of the quickest evolving segments in the industry and GM is showing its dedication to being cutting edge by investing $14 million.
As we have reported before, Chevrolet Bolt EVs, with Cruise Autonomation self-driving technology, have taken to the streets in California, among other locations.
eneral Motors CEO Mary Barra spoke with Wall Street analysts on a recent conference call, and highlighted the company's plans and successes with regards to...