2017 Chevrolet Bolt Brings Self-Driving That Much Closer

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The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt is able to take on rivals as it offers up the most space on the interior and it happens to be an electric vehicle that doesn’t look silly. However it also offers a very exciting feature and this is that the Bolt is self-driving.

GM has concrete plans for offering a self-driving system in the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt and for it to be the leader in the autonomous ride-sharing program.

To date GM has already put $500 million into the program and they haven’t stood back and wasted time in the development of the Bolt that is self-driving.

The self-driving technology of GM is called Super Cruise and the car maker took over the technology firm Cruise Automation when making the hefty investment. Unlike other car makers who have worked on self-driving for around half a decade, the Chevy Bolt autonomous vehicle could be completed by next year.

The executive chief engineer at GM in charge at GM said that the Bolt that is self-driving is going to arrive quicker than people are expecting. This also means that the ride-sharing program may also begin soon.

At the moment we haven’t heard word on the features of the autonomous driving for the mass market version of the Chevrolet Bolt. We don’t have any idea if the vehicle is going to offer adaptive cruise control to start with, so autonomous driving could be a long way off.

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