Can you spot all the differences?Dec. 10
Ammann's move shifts GM leadership dynamicDec. 3
GM's Ammann vacates president role to lead AV unitNov. 29
General Motors President Dan Ammann will step down from his role to become CEO of the automaker's Cruise autonomous vehicle unit. The move -- effective Jan. 1 -- emphasizes the importance of the operations to the future of GM, which plans to launch a public self-driving ride-hailing fleet in 2019.
Honda deal vaults GM and Cruise forwardOct. 8
Honda has much to offer Cruise, the young startup backed by GM. Honda's move to invest billions in the self-driving tech company gives new credence to the San Francisco operation and intensifies its competition with Google's Waymo.
Honda to invest $2.75 billion in GM's Cruise autonomous vehicle unitOct. 3
Honda plans to invest $2.75 billion in GM's autonomous vehicle operations, including plans to develop and deploy a purpose-built self-driving vehicle. Honda will receive a 5.7 percent stake in GM Cruise.
GM exploring strategic options, possible spin-off of Cruise unitJune 15
GM has begun researching strategic options for Cruise Automation that include a public sale of shares, listing a separate tracking stock, or spinning off the unit, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. GM won't make a decision until Cruise is further along in development and may not take any action for a couple of years, if at all.
GM's Cruise requires AV trainers to undergo in-vehicle audits, exams and drillsJune 15
California proposes new rules for self-driving cars to pick up passengersApril 6
California's public utility regulator on Friday signaled it would allow self-driving vehicle makers to transport passengers without a backup driver in the vehicle, a step forward for autonomous car developers just as the industry faces heightened scrutiny over safety concerns.