The company's fourth-generation Cruise AV, which also has no manual controls, was created to operate completely on its own - no human driver necessary.
Before the Cruise AV can enter widespread service, though, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will have to alter 16 safety rules-and GM's said it petitioned the organization January 11 to make those changes.
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In a petition submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Jan. 11, Detroit-based GM detailed the safety features of the "Cruise AV" vehicle and asked federal officials to allow the vehicles to operate on US roadways without meeting 16 Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards that cover vehicles with human drivers but aren't necessarily applicable for autonomous vehicles. The Cruise AV is GM's fourth-generation of self-driving software and has 21 radars, 16 cameras, and sensing devices that use lasers to detect objects.
Companies like Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Volvo have also announced plans to offer electrified versions of all of its cars by 2022. Now only seven states-Michigan, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Texas, Colorado, and Nevada-allow for testing vehicles without steering wheels or pedals. As of now, only seven states allow such technology to be tested without a safety driver.
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According to The Verge, the auto will be the fourth generation of its autonomous electric Chevy Bolts that are already undergoing testing on a number of American roads as it aims to beat the likes of Ford, Waymo and Tesla to the punch.
GM released a video (below) in conjunction with the announcement to give the world a glimpse of the auto.
For the past several years, automakers and tech companies have been testing self-driving cars on the roads of California.
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GM has been testing its self-driving vehicles on the busy streets of San Francisco, where one recently collided with a motorcyclist, who was taken to the hospital, according to Ars Technica.