GM’s Cruise Automation Doubles Test Fleet, Reports More Collisions

By Evan Williams GM’s Cruise Automation is doubling its autonomous test fleet and reports that the test fleet was involved in more collisions last month.
Cruise Automation is General Motors’ self-driving unit. Cruise has been testing self-driving vehicles in San Francisco, in order to develop software for urban environments.
In the last three months, Cruise has increased its number of registered self-driving test cars. It had between 30 and 40 before, but GM spokesperson Ray Wert told Reuters that Cruise now had 100 vehicles in the fleet.
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