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Cruise expects GM to begin production of new driverless vehicle in early 2023 – CNBC

Cruise’s CEO disclosed the timing Thursday, giving the most specific time frame yet for the vehicle and commercialization of its autonomous vehicle business.

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Cruise, a majority-owned autonomous vehicle subsidiary of General Motors, expects production of its driverless shuttle called the Origin to begin in early 2023.
Cruise CEO Dan Ammann disclosed the timing Thursday, giving the most detailed time frame yet for the vehicle as well as potential commercialization of its autonomous vehicle business starting before then.
The Origin is the company’s first vehicle specifically designed to operate without a driver on board. It does not have manual controls…

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