Transforming Transportation

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Transforming Transportation

A collection of GM releases and blog posts about the future of mobility, such as autonomous vehicle technology and the Maven car-sharing service.

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The Marketing of the Electric Vehicle
General Motors has designed the Chevrolet Volt and Bolt EV for markets across all 50 states and around the world – a demonstration of the company’s commitment to electrification. While growing the electric-vehicle market is a more complex challenge than simply bringing a new car to the dealership showroom, Chevrolet focuses on marketing and education efforts to help drive consumer adoption. ...
May 10, 2017 9:40 AM ET
Maven Gig Delivers the Shared Economy in an EV
GM’s car-sharing brand Maven recently expanded to include Maven Gig, an enabler for the sharing economy. This new platform provides the Chevrolet Bolt EV to freelance gig drivers who do not have access to a vehicle. The service supports people maximizing their earning potential, while helping add more electric vehicles to the streets...
May 5, 2017 1:00 PM ET
Maven Gig Accelerates the Freelance Mobility Economy
Maven Gig provides access to your independent driving gigs, such as GrubHub, Instacart, Roadie and ridesharing services. The Chevrolet Bolt EV will be the initial vehicle offering with free charging at EVgo stations. Pricing is $229 per week and includes insurance (minus deductibles), maintenance and unlimited miles....
May 3, 2017 12:00 PM ET
GM Announces More Than 1,100 Jobs to Expand Cruise Automation Self-Driving Operations in California
Investing $14 Million in New Cruise Automation Development Facility Expanding Self-Driving Technology Research and Development SAN FRANCISCO, April 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ — General Motors today announced that it will add more than 1,100 new jobs and invest $14 million in a new research and development facility for Cruise...
Apr 14, 2017 11:15 AM ET
GM Watching Policies that Pave the Way for Safe Self-Driving Vehicle Testing
Motor vehicle fatalities increased about 8 percent during the first nine months of 2016 compared to fatalities during that time in 2015, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This marks the eighth consecutive quarter in which fatalities have increased. Previous data has shown that more than 90 percent of highway fatalities are the result of human error....
Mar 1, 2017 12:30 PM ET