General Motors has forged ahead with its self-driving car plans. Now, it wants to inform investors of its next step and the automaker scheduled a meeting to discuss “an autonomous future,” Reuters reported on Thursday.
The meeting will take place via a webcast, though GM did not elaborate on what it will actually discuss. It could be big news on the automaker’s self-driving car front. GM recently bolstered its self-driving car program with the acquisition of a LIDAR company and it recently said will seek other companies and businesses for purchase as well.
All of GM’s most notable work comes from its Cruise Automation subsidiary. The wholly owned GM company rolled out its third-generation self-driving car recently and it previously said it wants to put the public in its self-driving cars sooner rather than later. It’s very possible GM could leverage Maven as a ride-hailing service for autonomous cars.
We’ll know more soon. GM will hold the meeting on November 30.