General Motors has announced plans to build a fleet of autonomous Chevrolet Volts.
General Motors has announced plans to build a fleet of autonomous 2017 Chevrolet Volts.
Set to be used at the company's Warren Tech Center, the autonomous fleet will enter service late next year and transport employees to various destinations at the massive campus. GM says the fleet will serve as a "rapid-development laboratory" that will provide "data and lessons to accelerate the company’s technical capabilities in autonomous vehicles."
GM also announced plans to offer their Super Cruise autonomous driving system on the 2017 Cadillac CT6.
Last but not least, GM confirmed they're working with Honda to jointly develop a fuel cell vehicle that should be ready by 2020. The company is also pursuing non-automotive fuel cell applications for the aerospace and military industries.