GM’s Self-Driving Car is Now Giving Test Rides on San Francisco’s Streets

The carmaker just launched demos of its autonomous fleet, including the Chevrolet Bolts, in San Francisco. While the general public can’t yet hop on — the demo was just for journalists — this recent test run was the first time people who don’t work for GM could take the self-driving Bolts for a ride.
The company’s driverless cars have been developed through its subsidiary, Cruise Automation, over the past year and were finally revealed to the press by its president Daniel Ammann this week.