Fully autonomous cars will be tested on the roads of Michigan’s roads for the first time by General Motorsafter the state passed legislature that permitted self-driving vehicles on all public roadways. The company said it would be testing the Chevrolet Bolts that are equipped with self-driving technology, which will initiate rolling out of a Michigan plant in January said the company. GM CEO Mary Barra said in a statement that modernizing transportation for our customers while refining safety on roads is the objective of our autonomous vehicle technology. The announcement today is has taken them a step closer. As customers expect all these from the vehicles, they will be safe and reliable.
At its Technical Center campus in Warren Mich. some of the self-driving vehicles are already being tested, however,the automobile manufacturer said they wouldbe expanding to public roads on the facility’s outskirts as the state legislature passed chains of bills permitting self-driving vehicles on its roads. In winter climate, the main location for thedevelopment of autonomous technology will be metro Detroit where the company is planning on expanding the testing. Employees at GM’s Orion Township assembly plant will construct test fleet Bolt EVs armed with completelyself-driving technology that will comprisecameras, sensors, and LIDARS.