2017 Chevrolet Bolt Brings Self-Driving That Much Closer

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The range of the Chevrolet Bolt is going to be on the level with competition and the vehicle does offer the most room in its class. It is also one of the first electric hatches that offers a look that doesn’t look silly. However these are not the things that excite people, what does excite is that the Bolt remains self-driving.

GM does offer up concrete plans for their self-driving system that happens to be the leader in the autonomous ride sharing program from Lyft and Uber.

GM has already put $500 million into the program and they haven’t been wasting time in the development of a Chevrolet Bolt that doesn’t need a driver behind the wheel.

The self-driving tech is the Super Cruise and they are continuing to refine it due to taking over Cruise Automation, the small technology firm.

Other car makers have been hard at work on self-driving for more than a decade but we are expecting to see a fully autonomous version of the Chevrolet Bolt by next year.

We have been told that the self-driving Bolt is coming far quicker than what people though and we are expecting the ride sharing program to be up and running very soon.

However we haven’t heard anything about the autonomous driving feature that is going to arrive on the mass market model.

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