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2017 Chevrolet Bolt Is Bringing Self-Driving Even Closer Than Before

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The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt offers up a great deal as it is packed with plenty of room, it looks superb and the vehicle has self-driving.

GM have lots of plans for their self-driving system and they are hoping that the system is going to lead the way when it comes to autonomous ride sharing and the partnership with Uber and Lyft. The car maker has already paid out more than $500 million at the start of the year. They haven’t been sitting back on their haunches when it comes to development of the Bolt that doesn’t have to have a driver sat behind the wheel.

The name of the self-driving system from GM is Super Cruise and shortly after making their big investment they took over the Cruise Automation firm.

Of course there are other car makers who have been working on launching self-driving vehicles and they have been doing this for more than half a decade. However it is thought that the Bolt is going to be see early on next year.

The GM chief engineer has said that the Chevrolet Bolt is going to arrive much faster than what had been anticipated and they should have their ride sharing program running very soon.

At the moment we haven’t heard anything of when we will see the Chevrolet Bolt autonomous vehicle ready for the mass market. At the moment we don’t know when the Bolt is going to come with adaptive cruise control, despite the fact that Tesla are pushing out the Nissan Leaf and the Tesla Model 3.

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