Autonomous Chevy Bolt spied in public
These cars likely preview Lyft's autonomous EV.
The consumer version of the Chevy Bolt is not supposed to have any notable auto-driving tech, but since it is likely to compete with the Autopilot-capable Tesla Model 3 when that vehicle arrives a year or so after the Bolt, it makes sense for GM to get its new halo EV ready for an improved second-model-year upgrade. Much more likely, though, these Bolts are test vehicles for the GM and Lyft partnership that is supposed to launch in the next 12 months using tech from San Francisco-based Cruise Automation, which was acquired by GM. If you like the idea of an all-electric car driving you through San Francisco traffic, keep an eye on your Lyft app next year.
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