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GM to test, build self-driving cars in Michigan

Friday 16 December 2016 | 09:48 CET | News
US car maker GM will start creating its new self-driving vehicles at the Michigan plant where it builds its Chevrolet Bolt, writes TechCrunch.com citing the company's CEO Mary Barra. The company will also test vehicles on public roads in metro Detroit, GM said. GM is already testing self-driving vehicles using autonomous systems created by Cruise, a startup it acquired earlier in 2016, in both San Francisco, California and Scottsdale, Arizona.

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