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Electric-run Chevrolet Bolts will hit public roads in an effort to revolutionize the auto industry. When the project launches, Lyft customers will be able to opt for the smart car or a regular driver.
The GM-Lyft partnership was announced earlier this year when GM invested $500 million into the Uber competitor. Lyft will be the company's biggest customer of Bolts when the model launches later this year.
Cruise Automation, a $1 billion GM investment, is also being brought on for the smart taxi project. The San Francisco–based company has been working on self-driving cars for two years.
The initial batch of self-driving cars will include a driver who is ready to intervene, should anything go wrong.
In fact, we may not see a widespread use of self-driving vehicles for more than a decade, automotive industry analyst James Gillette told CNBC.
However, it will take some time for government regulation to catch up. He also called it an "insurance company nightmare."
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