Did you ever think about the cruising in a self-driving car? you sit in the back seat and car drove by it self you just enjoy the drive and completely relaxed. driving in these stressful days when all the people are so busy in their personal and professional life was not an easy task. For looking all these hurdles the Cruise & General Motor thinks about the self-driving car.
Cruise and General Motors announce to launch World’s first mass Self-driving car soon, Kyle Vogt CEO and founder of Cruise Automation said that they’re almost complete the manufacturing stage, and soon we will try But before that, They need to comply fully with the software and regulatory environment first.
GM and Cruise’s autonomous vehicle is based on a 3rd generation, Electric Chevrolet Bolt was used in this car for the self-driving purpose, & this experiment is one of the successful experiment in the history of the automobile because the electric Chevrolet Bolt used in this model, GM & Cruise have done it successfully. And as of now, this latest vehicle is a production-ready design.
GM & Cruise early announced about the self-driving car in their previous interview they said they would be producing their Bolt test cars. so the vehicle will be produced at the automaker’s Orion, Michigan facility.
There are approximately 50 cars are ready The CEO Cruise Automation Vogt said that:
That there isn’t a definite timeline for deploying the software that enables full self-driving, but he added that this is designed for deployment in fleets, rather than as individually owned consumer vehicles.
There are some interesting Tweets about the Self-Driving car;
— Dean Kawamura (@El_Deano) September 13, 2017
— Fabio Bottacci (@fabot70) September 12, 2017
The manufacturing company has much positive thought about their manufacturing of third generation of Cruise’s self-driving vehicle and they are ready to hit self-driving vehicle with in next 14 month in the market. This will be a milestone in developing a fully functional self-driving vehicle even for testing purposes.