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GM expects to offer self-driving vehicles to consumers this decade


GM unveilied the Cadillac Personal Autonomous Vehicle concept during CES 2021 in January.


DETROIT – General Motors CEO Mary Barra expects the automaker to offer self-driving vehicles to consumers later this decade.

While autonomous vehicles for deliveries and ride-hailing services are currently undergoing rigorous testing, manufacturing them for retail customers hasn’t been a priority for automakers because the technology needed for the systems is prohibitively expensive.

“Later in the decade, I believe, and there’s a lot to still unfold, but I believe we’ll have personal autonomous vehicles,” she told investors Wednesday during the company’s first-quarter earnings call.

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