General Motors and its Cruise project will help Honda implement robotic taxi in JapanJanuary 23, 2021
Concern General Motors, together with its project to create autonomous vehicle control systems, entered into an agreement with the Japanese brand Honda for the implementation of autonomous mobility in Japanese cities.
It is reported that the new cars will use the Cruise Origin service, which will allow users to make their daily life easier.
It became known that Cruise will send its cars with the realized Cruise Origin autopilot to Japan, and their development will begin this year. Of course, for General Motors, such cooperation will allow its UAVs to be tested in other markets.
Note that Cruise has been collaborating with Honda for quite some time on an unmanned mobility project. In turn, Honda is one of the main investors in the project.
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