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Chevy previews a fully autonomous car they plan on bringing to the market in 2019

The production-ready car has no steering wheel or pedals.
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One of the biggest automakers in the world is getting serious about mass-market, fully autonomous driving with a production-ready model that they plan to get on the road some time next year. Chevrolet will be debuting their Cruise AV at the North American International Auto Show and as you can see, the Bolt-based vehicle has no steering wheel or pedals for a truly driver-less experience. No other details are available, but expect to hear more and see more once Chevy received the greenlight from the NHTSA.

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