Source: Business Insider
Self-driving startup Cruise revealed its fully-autonomous, all-electric vehicle this week in San Francisco. CEO Dan Ammann and CTO and cofounder Kyle Vogt were on hand to present the car, which is production-ready. The Origin has multiple sensor arrays, is designed to operate 24/7, and could last for 1 million miles. The design features multiple screens and a pair of facing bench seats, with seating for six and lots of legroom. It also has minivan-style sliding doors. The platform was developed by Cruise, GM, and Honda. Ammann said that the Origin is no concept vehicle — it’s ready to be manufactured at a factory to be announced soon. Click here for more BI Prime stories . FOLLOW US: On Facebook for more car and transportation content! Cruise took over some space in downtown San Francisco to showcase … … its Cruise Origin vehicle. The Origin is the fifth-generation Cruise … er? It has no steering wheel, no pedals, and no need for a driver. Cruise was acquired by GM in 2016 and in three years has made remarkable progress.