GM has announced that it will be testing a fleet of self-driving Chevrolet Volts in late 2016. The fleet will be driving (autonomously) at the Chevrolet Technical Center campus in Warren, Michigan. Employees will be able to summon a Volt with an app, quite similar to Uber.
Do you think this means that the Bolt will also have autonomous driving technology in the future?According to GM, it has been testing the “Super Cruise” autonomous driving technology since 2012 and confirmed that the feature will be available on the 2017 Cadillac CT6...
“The convergence of rapidly improving technology and changing consumer preferences is creating an inflection point for the transportation industry not seen in decades,” said GM CEO Mary Barra. “Some might find this massive change to be daunting, but we look at it and see the opportunity to be a disruptor. We believe our decades of leadership in vehicle connectivity is fundamental to our quest to redefine the future of personal mobility.”