(Reuters) – Canadian auto parts supplier Magna International Inc will partner with Michigan startup May Mobility on self-driving shuttles, the companies said on Wednesday.
Magna will outfit low-speed electric shuttles equipped with May Mobility self-driving software. The shuttles will be deployed initially this summer in a commercial ride-sharing service in downtown Detroit.
Investors in May Mobility include Toyota Motor Corp and BMW AG.
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