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GM reportedly planning to build & test thousands of self-driving cars

GM reportedly planning to build & test thousands of self-driving cars

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GM will test its autonomous vehicle fleet on Michigan roads

On Thursday, General Motors (GM) CEO Mary Barra said that the automaker will commence the testing of a fleet of autonomous vehicles on public roads in Michigan. The move will make GM the second conventional automaker - after Ford - to test fully autonomous vehicles on public roads outside its premises.

The autonomous vehicle fleet which GM will test on Michigan roads will be the company's Chevrolet Bolts.

Buick is Phasing Out Verano in the North American Market

In May, General Motors confirmed that its Buick Verano compact will no longer be sold in the North American market from October 2016. However, an updated version will be available in the Chinese market.

Last month, reports suggested that the Verano could be moving out of the market but confirmation from the company only came in late May. In 2015, Buick sold 31,886 Veranos marling a drop of twenty seven percent in sales.

GM Reveals New Initiatives and also Experimenting on Autonomous Driving

GM Reveals New Initiatives and also Experimenting on Autonomous DrivingGeneral Motors says there will be cars available soon that can remotely locked, unlocked and be started. The automaker revealed that at present it is testing an application that allows owners of cars to lock or unlock their vehicles and even start them remotely.

General Motors Agrees to Pay $900 million Over Faulty Ignition Switch Scandal

General Motors Agrees to Pay $900 million Over Faulty Ignition Switch ScandalTo

Reportedly Federal Prosecutors Reached Agreement With G.M. Over Defect in its Cars

Reportedly Federal Prosecutors Reached Agreement With G.M. Over Defect in its CarsOn Wednesday, some people with knowledge of the matter said that the Federal prosecutors have reached an agreement with GM to resolve a criminal investigation which was initiated to probe how the automaker bypassed the law by hiding a fatal problem which existed in some of the ignition switches installed in its small-car.

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