General Motors new lineup includes the Chevrolet Bolt EUV, Electronic Utility Vehicle.
An interesting feature is included in the $2,200 Premier Trim option is GM’s Hands Free Super Cruise Technology. As long as the driver facing camera determines you are still paying attention to the road, it will keep the vehicle in its lane over long stretches of divided highway.
Oh, and there is this: After 36 months, this feature turns off completely unless the owner of the Bolt agree to pay $25 a month fee to continue the operation of this software that is contained in the vehicle that cost them $40,000. I looks like you own the hardware but GM still owns the software?
One can only imagine how far this will go.