General Motors' Cruise subsidiary unveiled its SUV-like concept on Tuesday
The driverless vehicle has sensors instead of pedals, engine or steering wheel
The vehicle is not for sale to consumers but aims to replace ridesharing cars
General Motors' self-driving car company has revealed its first driverless vehicle, Cruise Origin, with no pedals, no engine, and no steering wheel.
The electric car from GM's Cruise subsidiary, which was unveiled on Tuesday in San Francisco, instead relies on sensors and an electric motor to make its way around crowded cities.
Origin can accommodate four passengers at a time, although a single customer will be able summon it for a ride just like with ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.