General Motors will start testing autonomous vehicles on Michigan’s roads, after the State of Michigan signed into law a series of bills that permit the testing of driverless vehicles within the state. The company also said the next generation of autonomous testing vehicles will be built at the Orion Township assembly plant, where the Bolt EV is made, beginning early next year.
- The automaker plans to expand testing onto public roads on the outskirts of the facility.
- Rick Snyder on Dec. 9 that allow authorized cars to operate on public roads without a driver or steering wheel.
- Our autonomous technology will be reliable and safe, as customers have come to expect from any of our vehicles.
“Our autonomous technology will be reliable and safe, as customers have come to expect from any of our vehicles.”