Congress debates allowing tens of thousands of cars with no steering wheel

Congress debates allowing tens of thousands of cars with no steering wheel

In January, General Motors unveiled the Cruise AV, a car designed to have no steering wheel and no gas or brake pedals. It seems like science fiction, but GM is completely serious about the project. On Wednesday, GM announced that it isinvesting $100 million in manufacturing facilities for the new car, with a goal of introducing a commercial taxi service using the vehicles by the end of next year.

Source: arstechnica.com