GM Says We’ll Have Autonomous Vehicles Sooner Than You Think

“I’ve always said [that] we need to have kind of a revolutionary and an evolutionary strategy around driver assistance all the way to full Level 4, Level 5 autonomy”, said Barra. GM has a controlling interest in Cruise, which is working on shared autonomous EVs that can operate in dense urban areas and can shuttle either people or packages. It is currently testing its tech on public roads in San Francisco but has yet to use its service commercially.

While this is happening, GM is further developing its hands-free driver-assist system, called Super Cruise. This tech will make its way to more vehicles in GM’s product offering soon. And as it advances alongside Cruise, the possibility of the average American buying a fully autonomous car by 2030 is becoming more achievable.

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