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GM says it’s serious about commercializing self-driving cars

General Motors will begin building a self-driving car with no manual controls at its Orion, Michigan, factory next year. The plant already builds prototype autonomous cars based on the Chevy Bolt EV.
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Cruise is running an autonomous ridesharing service for its employees

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.
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GM’s fleet of autonomous Chevy Bolt test cars is growing fast

Chevrolet Bolt EV autonomous prototypes have been rolling off a General Motors assembly line in Michigan since January, the company now says. GM has built 130 autonomous Bolt EVs for testing on public roads.
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GM’s Cruise Automation autonomous-driving subsidiary is about to grow

Cruise Automation will get $14 million from parent General Motors for a new R&D facility, and will add more than 1,100 jobs. GM bought the autonomous-car startup last year, and is now testing cars in three cities.
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Chevy Bolt design sacrifices aerodynamics in favor of cargo space

The 2017 Chevy Bolt all-electric vehicle was designed from the inside out as a family vehicle for the masses. Cargo capacity was a top priority. Aerodynamics was sacrificed, which takes its toll on the per-charge driving range.
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Cruise Automation brings its self-driving Chevy Bolt EVs to Arizona

Cruise Automation is now testing autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EV electric cars in two locations: San Francisco, and Scottsdale, Arizona. The GM-owned company hasn't said how it will apply its technology to production cars.
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Chevy Bolt EVs testing Cruise Automation driverless tech on San Francisco streets

Within two months of GM's purchase of Cruise Automation driverless car firm, the independent division is testing driverless Chevy Bolt EVs in San Francisco. The all-electric 2017 Bolt EV has a 200-mile range and may be used by GM partner…