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GM is developing autonomous driving capabilities to rival Tesla

In a fireside chat during Car of the Future Symposium today, Doug Parks, GM executive vice president of global product development, gave us an insight

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In a fireside chat during Car of the Future Symposium today, Doug Parks, GM executive vice president of global product development, gave us an insight into the companies tech. He explained that while the companies current Super Cruise technology allows users to drive on highways autonomously just like Tesla, the company is now pushing hard on developing the technology for city streets, so that they can compete.

The new system internally called "Ultra Cruise" will allow for highway enhancements such as exiting on ramps, changing lanes and more, but importantly the company has been developing the system to operate more competently on city streets.

The companies Super Cruise was first released in 2017 when it was already two years behind Tesla but now it seems, along with their EV push, the company is determined to get ahead of Tesla's Autopilot.

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  • As long as they are never compulsory, knock yourself out GM and whoever. Hopefully all the really bad drivers will give up and buy them, leaving only us talented enthusiasts on the roads actually driving!!!

      17 days ago
    • Sadly, in the near future, I think it will be compulsory. Saying that is gutting my insides and I hope I’d be dead by then. Although, I don’t think GM would be the reason. They’re the last company to rival anyone in anything. I consider them as a...

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        17 days ago
    • As long as they keep making the new C8 Corvette with that mid engine V8 !!

        17 days ago
  • GM will follow Fords attempt at Autonomous Driving with equal

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      17 days ago
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