Recently spy photographers caught GM's first autonomous Chevrolet Bolts, test driving on the streets of San Francisco.

The two autonomous Bolts were spoted driving down the street from Cruise Automation, the tech startup based in San Francisco which General Motors acquired in early March. It looks like photographers even caught Cruise Automation's CEO Kyle Vogt behind the steering wheel of one of the Bolts.

Recently Lyft and General Motor annuounced, that next year they plan to launch self-driving Bolts on roads which shoul serve as testbeds for autonomous taxi and mobility services. The cought Bolts seem to be even earlier prototypes. They feature roof mounted sensors and cameras, which should eventually find their place inside cars.

July 7, 2016 Driving photo: Automedia

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