Cruise, a self-driving car company backed by General Motors, has officially expanded its robotaxi service to additional locations in the USA.
Company CEO Kyle Vogt shared the news via Twitter, just three months after the company said it hopes to deploy autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EVs in Phoenix, Arizona, and Austin, Texas. “We promised we’d go driverless in [three] cities by the end of this year, and WE DID IT! Cruise is now live in [San Fransisco], Austin, and Phoenix,” wrote Vogt.
The CEO added that the Phoenix and Austin-based robotaxi service will only be available in a “small service area” but will expand to cater to more parts of the respective cities. “But since we’ve already done this in SF it will happen much faster in these new cities,” he added.
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