General Motors Unveils Unmanned Shuttle

Cruise owned by General Motors has introduced the Origin, an electric unmanned shuttle, which does not have a steering wheel and pedals.

The Origin was developed with the participation of Honda, which previously invested in Cruise. It can accommodate up to six people: passengers are arranged in threes on one of the two sides, opposite each other. The Origin is devoid of the usual controls, such as a steering wheel and pedals.

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The Origin was presented at an event in San Francisco. During the presentation, Cruise did not disclose any information about whether this car would be produced (and if so, how many copies will be released).

It is worth noting that the Origin is not Cruise's first project. The company has been testing modified driverless Chevrolet Bolts for several years.

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