A man threw his body onto a self-driving car — a GM Cruise AV — causing a car vs. pedestrian collision at the 16th and Valencia intersection earlier this month, the DMV reported Wednesday. Operating in “autonomous mode,” the Cruise AV...Show More Summary
GM waited until after the press days of the Detroit Autoshow to make it's biggest unveil. The Cruise AV is a 100% fully autonomous car, without steering wheel and pedals, and could be on public roads as soon as next year.
Nobody was hurt, except our civic dignity Cruise AV, a self-driving car company owned by General Motors, reports that on January 2 an unidentified man in the Mission flung himself onto one of the company’s autonomous vehicles while it...Show More Summary
Imagine hailing a ride through your ride-sharing app, and when it arrives to pick you up, there's nobody inside. Just four seats. No steering wheel, no pedals, and no human control whatsoever. Would you get inside? GM hopes that youShow More Summary
Take a first look at GM's Cruise AV driverless car.
The car company said Friday that it has filed a petition with the Department of Transportation to deploy its fourth-generation Cruise AV. GM says the vehicle has no manual controls.
General Motors has unveiled the fourth-generation Cruise AV self-driving car, which it is planning on having on the road by 2019. The company claims it is the “first production-ready vehicle built from the start to operate safely on its own, with no driver, steering wheel, pedals or manual controls”. A central touchscreen, and the climate […]
General Motors has filed a Safety Petition with the Department of Transportation for its fourth-generation self-driving Cruise AV. The petition says the Cruise AV would be the first production-ready vehicle to operate safely with no driver, steering wheel, pedals, or manual controls when it hits the road next year. Such vehicles are classified as Level […]
General Motors has filed a Safety Petition in hopes of being able to build an autonomous version of its Chevy Bolt, referred to as the Cruise AV, in 2019. As Engadget points out, the ride would be “the first production-ready vehicle built from the start to operate safely on its own, with no driver, steering […]
GM plans to introduce it to fleets in 2019. Continue reading GM Cruise AV plans autonomous car with no steering wheel or pedals GM Cruise AV plans autonomous car with no steering wheel or pedals originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 12 Jan 2018 12:55:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Plus: GM unwraps its Cruise AV self-driving car, and VW will debut the Passat GT at the Detroit Auto Show.
General Motors is mass producing a car without a steering wheels or pedals. The driverless car, called the Cruise AV, has been engineered to transport passengers safely without a human being at the helm, CNET reports. It will have aShow More Summary
GM's Cruise AV is designed to operate with no driver, steering wheel, pedals or other manual controls.
You won't need a steering wheel in the autonomous cars of the future. General Motors (GM) just brought us a little closer to this bold new reality with the Cruise AV. It lacks that apparatus along with pedals and manual controls - and they'd like to see the driverless cars on the roads next year.[...]
General Motors (GM) has revealed that it’s on track to put its first self-driving car on roads by 2019. Today, the company revealed the fourth generation of its electric driverless vehicle, the Cruise AV, will have no manual controls such as pedals or a steering wheel. Though many companies are already testing driverless cars on […]
General Motors on Friday revealed a self-driving car devoid of a steering wheel and pedals. Called the Cruise AV (Autonomous Vehicle), the car is based on the Chevrolet Bolt EV and will hit the road as early as 2019, assuming GM receives regulatory approval. The automaker is seeking approval from the National Highway and Traffic Safety...
GM is asking the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for permission to commercially deploy up to 2,500 Cruise AVs in ride-hailing fleets in 2019, probably starting in San Francisco, where most of its testing to date has taken place.
Cruise Automotive is taking the wraps off its first fully autonomous car, the Cruise AV, and it's a lot more than a Bolt EV without a brake pedal.
Self-driving cars are slated to hit the Big Apple next year. GM-owned Cruise Automation plans to launch an autonomous vehicle (AV) test program in New York City in early 2018, becoming the first company to put self-driving cars on the...Show More Summary
From the time I entered the cruise industry in 2007, I’ve been traveling to Miami several times a year for meetings with cruise line reps and to cruise out of the Port of Miami. Until my most recent trip to Miami, I’d pretty much avoided going to South Beach. Through 20+ trips to Miami, I had not stepped foot in South Beach […]