GM’s Cruise recalls and updates self-driving software following crash


A robot car of the General Motors subsidiary Cruise is on a test drive.

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General Motors’ autonomous vehicle unit Cruise has recalled and updated software in 80 self-driving robotaxis after a June crash in San Francisco that resulted in minor injuries, according to public filings.

The crash on June 3 involved a Cruise vehicle, which does not require a human driver, braking harshly while making an unprotected left turn as an oncoming vehicle traveling about 40 mph — 15 mph above the speed limit — switched from a right-turn lane to travel through the intersection.

In public filings, federal regulators said the recalled software may…


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