GM to begin production of new driverless Cruise vehicle in early 2023


Cruise, a majority-owned autonomous vehicle subsidiary of General Motors, expects production of its driverless shuttle called the Origin to begin in early 2023, CEO Dan Ammann said Thursday.

The time frame given for the vehicle is the most detailed yet and also hints at when the commercial operation of Cruise’s current autonomous vehicle test fleet is expected to start.

The Origin is the company’s first vehicle specifically designed to operate without a driver on board. It does not have manual controls such as pedals or a steering wheel.

Cruise’s current test fleet is composed of hundreds of custom Chevrolet Bolt EVs equipped with driverless technology. Ammann said that fleet, which it…


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