A Car Without a Steering Wheel? And No Driver?

No, This Isn't Sci-Fi!

It seems like only yesterday we were wondering what it would be like to have a car act on your behalf. Now, our new Chevy models for sale in Peoria offer many driver-assist features including brake assist, collision avoidance, and rear cross-traffic alert. These help to reduce the likelihood of a collision but have been delivered with the caveat that they're no substitute for a driver's vigilance.

So, what happens when Chevy moves to make the steering wheel obsolete?

This is exactly what Chevy is trying to do – remove the steering wheel and even try to test these models without a driver. While discussing these models with the NHTSA to allow them to test these driverless vehicles, Chevy strives to improve autonomous driving, insisting it's safer than current driving conditions.

Using the same building model for the Chevy Bolt EV, the automaker says it'll create zero-emissions autonomous vehicles to produce in limited supply, but that it has yet to have a release date or further information going forward. While we wait on the decision from the NHTSA and GM, we can enjoy the Chevy Bolt and Volt models we currently have on our lot, so be sure to stop in today and tell us what you think of these potential future vehicles.

The 2019 Chevy Bolt EV is shown above

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