GM Plans to Build Thousands of Autonomous Chevy Bolts Beginning In 2018



In 2018, GM is planning to construct thousands of autonomous chevy bolts, many of which will be utilized in test fleets by Lyft.

Recently, GM has been testing a number of its self-driving vehicles on public streets, most notably throughout San Francisco, with the company’s Cruise Automation technology built in.

Ultimately, with Lyft unleashing a fleet of autonomous Chevy Bolts in numerous states, GM says it would be the largest self-driving car test by a major automaker before 2020.

While Waymo/Google, Uber, and a whole slew of automakers are currently testing some form of autonomous technology, GM and Lyft clearly have a outlined their own plan to push to the forefront of the market.

It will be interesting to see how it all pans out.

Marshall Smith

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