Two automotive giants are teaming up to build the next generation of self-driving vehicles.
Honda and GM are joining forces.
The Japanese automaker is planning to invest $2 billion over the next 12 years in GM's autonomous vehicle subsidiary, Cruise.
There are already plans in the works for GM and Cruise to put out a fleet of self-driving versions of the Chevrolet Bolt EV electric car.
But Honda's engineering and financial assistance will also allow Cruise to start working on a new vehicle not based on any existing car.
The idea is to build a fully autonomous vehicle with no controls for human operation.
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