General Motors Co.’s Cruise unit started offering rides with its self-driving taxi business in two more cities, expanding beyond San Francisco with cars now operating in Phoenix and in Austin, Texas.December 22, 2022
U.S. safety regulators are investigating reports that autonomous robotaxis run by General Motors’ Cruise can stop too quickly or unexpectedly quit moving, potentially stranding passengers.
It was a bit surprising when Cruise, the autonomous vehicle startup that’s 80% owned by General Motors, said it planned to expand its robotaxi service to Phoenix and Austin over the next three months.September 16, 2022
General Motors Co.-backed self-driving startup Cruise is facing scrutiny from U.S. regulators and its own board of directors after a pair of on-road incidents raised questions about how ready the company is to expand its services.July 15, 2022
Cruise, the self-driving startup controlled by General Motors Co., is working with the automaker’s BrightDrop electric van business on a plan to develop autonomous delivery vehicles, people familiar with the matter said.May 16, 2022
Who gets a ticket in a driverless car? It turns out no one does, the San Francisco Police learned recently.
Dan Ammann, who led the Cruise self-driving unit of General Motors Co. until December with a mission to reduce traffic and eliminate emissions, has landed at oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp.
General Motors Co. bought out the SoftBank Vision Fund 1’s stake in self-driving startup Cruise for $2.1 billion, ending the Japanese investment firm’s stake in the business and giving the Detroit automaker 80% ownership.March 18, 2022
Autonomous vehicles are mostly electric so far. That’s one of the main conclusions of BloombergNEF’s just-published annual report analyzing the state of AV testing programs in the U.S. and China.
Cruise LLC, the autonomous vehicle company that is majority-owned by General Motors Co., named founder Kyle Vogt its full-time chief executive officer.February 28, 2022