GM will test fully driverless cars in SF later this year


“This is where years of blood, sweat, and tears have been poured out by everyone on the Cruise mission,” he added. “And it’s where over two million miles of city testing will truly hit the road for the first time: an electric car, driving by itself, navigating one of the most difficult driving cities in the world.”

Notably, Cruise didn’t say when it will let regular customers book its driverless cars. Last year, the company delayed the rollout of its commercial self-driving service to give itself more time to conduct testing.

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