WEB Notes: Look how far we have come as a people. Can you really imagine this? So who is going to rush out and pick one up when they become available?
For 110 years, General Motors has been making cars with steering wheels and pedals. But that just changed.
The carmaker’s self-driving arm, Cruise Automation, on Friday unveiled the latest version of its autonomous vehicle — and the manual controls have been removed.
Cruise, which is based in San Francisco, expects to test the modified Chevy Bolt next year. Eventually, it should serve in ride-hailing services in cities across the U.S.
The autonomous cars currently being tested by major companies still have manual controls.