The CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra, has announced that they will test their autonomous cars in Michigan, planning to develop the test cars in the assembly plant located in Orion. They argued that all these projects will start showing results from next year. General Motors has very ambitious purposes, stating that if their goal is to become the center for next-generation mobility, then they need to work hard and achieve their aim.
There is no other statement of reality which could be more emphatic in this business than testing driverless cars rolling off from an assembly line which otherwise would be used to assemble only subcomponents. This new plan follows the signing of the legislation by Governor Rick Snyder which approves the opening of Michigan’s roads for testing self-driving cars.
The giant automaker made public their fantastic news prevent rivals of an upcoming tough competition and hoping that the media will develop the news into something even sumptuous than that. The goal is to surpass other upcoming events like the CES tech trade from the first week of January in Las Vegas or the Detroit auto show happening the week after that.
This American company is bound to strike the American political chord now that Trump is the next president. The automaker managed to develop next-generation vehicles in the center of the industrial heartland. In this way, the company used a very sly method to steer away from political attention from topics like investments in China or Mexico.
The giant tech company proved automakers from Dearborn and Warren together all the Detroit diaspora that autonomous vehicles represent the future. The company is prone to destroy the assumption that electric cars will not become trustworthy enough to determine customers to replace their regular cars with the latest technology. Many experts argued that China would not steer away from its focus on self-driving vehicles.
General Motors has an advantage, being ahead of all its rivals due to its belief that will be hugely significant in such a competitive race. The companies which can engineer, produce and deliver this type of autonomous vehicles with top quality and also in large scale is bound to be extremely successful when it comes to both investors and consumers.
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