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  • - Hey, it's Andy with The Verge, and we just got our

    - 嘿,我是安迪與The Verge,我們剛剛得到了我們的。

  • first exclusive look at the new

    獨家首看新

  • autonomous vehicle from Cruise, they call it the Origin.

    來自Cruise的自主汽車,他們稱之為Origin。

  • It really didn't look like any car I've ever seen before

    它真的不像我以前見過的任何一輛車。

  • and that's really kind of the first impression you get

    這真的是一種你得到的第一印象。

  • as soon as you approach this vehicle.

    一旦你接近這輛車。

  • The outside of it has the same dimensions

    它的外面有相同的尺寸

  • as a normal crossover SUV,

    作為一款普通的跨界SUV。

  • but that's really kind of where the similarities end.

    但這真的是一種相似之處結束。

  • (bass music)

    (低音音樂)

  • So when you wanna get in to the vehicle,

    所以,當你想上車的時候。

  • you first have to put in a code on its keypad,

    你首先要在它的鍵盤上輸入一個代碼。

  • that's on the door on the outside,

    那是在外面的門上。

  • and it sort of opens as if, like,

    它有點像打開,像。

  • it's a minivan that opens from both sides.

    這是一輛從兩邊打開的小型貨車。

  • You get in and you have a very

    你進去後,你有一個非常

  • spacious interior of the vehicle,

    寬敞的車內空間。

  • and that's obvious because there's no steering wheel,

    這很明顯,因為沒有方向盤。

  • there's no pedals, there's no gear shaft,

    沒有踏板,沒有齒輪軸。

  • there's not even really a dashboard

    連個儀表盤都沒有

  • or any infotainment system.

    或任何資訊娛樂系統。

  • There's just two bench seats facing each other

    只有兩張長椅,面對面的。

  • and this sort of vast space in between them.

    和這種巨大的空間在他們之間。

  • - It's designed to be comfortable if it's shared,

    - 如果是共享的話,設計得很舒服。

  • but if it's just you you got so much space in here,

    但如果只有你一個人,你有這麼多空間在這裡。

  • you can really like, stretch out, and it's pretty great.

    你可以真正喜歡, 伸展出來,它是相當不錯的。

  • And so I think it's a good experience,

    所以我覺得這是一個很好的體驗。

  • whether it's just you or a lot of other people.

    不管是隻有你一個人還是很多人。

  • - You can do yoga in here probably.

    - 你可以在這裡做瑜伽大概。

  • - Absolutely you can do yoga.

    - 當然,你可以做瑜伽。

  • Well, as long as your seatbelt's on,

    嗯,只要你的安全帶的。

  • I don't know how that works.

    我不知道這怎麼用

  • - Now you may have heard of some

    - 現在你可能已經聽說過一些

  • other self driving operators like Waymo,

    Waymo等其他自駕遊運營商。

  • which used to be part of Google,

    該公司曾是谷歌的一部分。

  • and Argo which is backed by Ford and Volkswagen.

    以及由福特和大眾汽車支持的Argo。

  • Cruise is tied very closely to GM, General Motors,

    克魯斯與通用汽車、通用汽車公司的關係非常密切。

  • which is the largest auto manufacturer in the US.

    該公司是美國最大的汽車製造商。

  • Cruise has 160 self driving test vehicles

    科魯斯有160輛自駕測試車

  • that are Chevy Volts, electric vehicles,

    那就是雪佛蘭沃茲,電動車。

  • here in San Francisco,

    這裡在舊金山。

  • where they hope to eventually launch a fully

    他們希望最終能在那裡推出一個完全

  • driverless robo taxi service.

    無人駕駛機器人計程車服務。

  • But more importantly, they've raised about seven billion

    但更重要的是,他們已經籌集了約70億的資金

  • dollars in venture capital cash over the last

    美元的風險投資現金,在過去

  • couple of years, which is really just like,

    幾年的時間,這真的就像。

  • a staggering amount of money for a self driving car company.

    對於一家自動駕駛汽車公司來說,這是一筆驚人的資金。

  • Especially when you consider that they haven't even

    特別是當你考慮到他們甚至還沒有。

  • scaled a commercial product yet.

    規模化的商業產品呢。

  • Now about two point seven billion of that

    現在大約有27億人

  • is coming from the other big auto manufacturer

    是來自另一家大型汽車製造商

  • in Cruise's corner, and that's Honda.

    在克魯斯的角落裡,那就是本田。

  • This doesn't look like any other car in the road today,

    這和今天路上的其他車不一樣。

  • and that's because Cruise says

    那是因為克魯斯說

  • it wants to move beyond the car,

    它想要超越汽車。

  • arguing that many of the problems that we have today

    認為我們今天所面臨的很多問題

  • could be traced to single occupancy vehicles.

    可追溯到單人乘用車。

  • - Well there's some things about

    - 嗯,有一些事情關於

  • removing the driver, and the steering wheel, and the pedal,

    拆下司機,和方向盤,還有踏板。

  • that eliminates some complexity and cost in the vehicle.

    這就消除了車輛的一些複雜性和成本。

  • But as you can see here, the way vehicles are designed,

    但從這裡可以看出,車輛的設計方式。

  • normally they have a hood in the front where the engine is,

    通常他們有一個引擎蓋在前面的地方。

  • and some storage in the trunk.

    以及後備箱的一些儲物空間。

  • But when you don't need all that stuff,

    但當你不需要這些東西的時候。

  • and you don't need things placed where they are,

    而你不需要把東西放在它們所在的地方。

  • we can have this enormous, spacious cabin

    我們可以擁有這個巨大的,寬敞的船艙

  • without taking up any more space on the road

    不佔道

  • than a regular car would, which is kind of insane.

    比普通汽車會,這是一種瘋狂。

  • It leads to a far greater experience for the rider,

    這就導致了騎手的體驗度大大提升。

  • but then because we built this car

    但後來因為我們造了這輛車

  • around the idea of not having a driver,

    圍繞著沒有司機的想法。

  • and specifically being used in a ride share fleet,

    並專門用於共享乘車車隊。

  • that kind of business,

    這種業務。

  • you know the vehicle is engineered to last a million miles,

    你知道這輛車的設計是為了持續一百萬英里。

  • and all the interior components are replaceable.

    而且所有的內部組件都是可以更換的。

  • The compute is replaceable, the sensors are replaceable,

    計算器是可以更換的,傳感器是可以更換的。

  • and what that does is it drives the cost per mile down

    這就是它的驅動每英里的成本下降。

  • way low than you could ever reach.

    比你能達到的低的方式。

  • - Now Cruise insists that this is not just a fancy concept,

    - 現在,克魯斯堅持認為,這不僅僅是一個花哨的概念。

  • which is a really important distinction to make.

    這是一個非常重要的區別。

  • Now we've seen dozens of radical car concepts

    現在我們已經看到了幾十款激進的汽車理念

  • over the years that have re-imagined interiors

    幾年來,重新塑造了室內的形象。

  • that look like fancy living rooms or bedrooms.

    看起來像花哨的客廳或臥室。

  • But none of those really have any chance

    但這些都沒有機會

  • of hitting the road anytime soon, if ever.

    的上路很快,如果有的話。

  • Cruise says that this car is going into production.

    克魯斯說,這款車要投產了。

  • But it's gonna be tough getting there.

    但要到達那裡會很艱難。

  • Cruise needs a special exemption from the federal government

    克魯斯需要聯邦政府的特別豁免權

  • in order to mass produce vehicles without

    為了大規模生產汽車,而不

  • traditional human controls like steering wheels and pedals.

    傳統的人為控制,如方向盤和踏板。

  • And the federal government only grants about

    而聯邦政府只給予大約

  • 2,500 exemptions a year.

    每年豁免2,500次。

  • Now GM put in its request for an exemption

    現在通用汽車提出了豁免請求

  • back in 2018, but it hasn't gotten it yet,

    早在2018年,但它還沒有得到它。

  • and it's unclear when exactly this car is going

    而目前還不清楚這輛車到底什麼時候會被

  • to be approved to hit the road.

    以獲准上路。

  • Now Cruise has hit some bumps in the road before.

    現在克魯斯之前也遇到了一些坎坷。

  • Its plan to launch a robo taxi service in San Francisco

    其計劃在舊金山推出機器人計程車服務。

  • before the end of 2019 didn't really happen.

    在2019年底前並沒有真正發生。

  • It said the technology wasn't really ready yet.

    它說技術還沒有真正準備好。

  • And Cruise has said it wanted to test its vehicles

    而克魯斯也曾說過,要對車輛進行測試

  • in New York City, but that never really went anywhere.

    在紐約市,但從來沒有真正去任何地方。

  • Now I think it's safe to say that Cruise

    現在我想可以肯定地說,克魯斯

  • is feeling the heat from its competitors

    感受到了來自競爭對手的壓力

  • like Uber and Tesla, Waymo and Ford.

    如Uber和特斯拉、Waymo和福特。

  • Now the Google self driving car project

    現在谷歌自動駕駛汽車項目

  • recently started giving people rides in its

    最近開始讓人們乘坐其

  • self driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans,

    自駕的克萊斯勒Pacifica小型車。

  • with no safety driver in the front seat,

    在前座沒有安全駕駛員的情況下。

  • which is a pretty enormous leap.

    這是一個相當巨大的飛躍。

  • But the van still has steering wheels and pedals.

    但麵包車還是有方向盤和踏板。

  • But removing the safety driver is a pretty dramatic

    但去掉安全驅動力是一個很有戲劇性的問題。

  • way of saying that this technology is here,

    的方式說,這種技術在這裡。

  • it's ready, and it works.

    它的準備,它的工作。

  • Cruise missed its chance to be the first to launch

    郵輪錯過了成為第一個發射的機會。

  • a taxi service and it missed its chance

    錯失良機

  • to be the first to take safety drivers

    要率先把安全駕駛人

  • out of the front of the vehicle.

    出車頭。

  • But with this car, it has the opportunity to be the first

    但有了這款車,它就有機會成為第一款

  • to do something maybe even more radical,

    做一些可能更激進的事情。

  • that's change the conversation, move beyond the car,

    這就是改變對話,超越汽車。

  • and come up with an entirely different

    另起爐灶

  • way of getting around.

    的方式。

  • Now I know I said this wasn't a concept,

    現在我知道我說過這不是一個概念。

  • but if you'd like concepts,

    但如果你想要概念。

  • check out the videos that we did at CES,

    看看我們在CES上做的視頻。

  • there's a lot of really crazy things that we saw this year,

    有很多真正瘋狂的事情,我們看到今年。

  • check it out at YouTube.com/theverge.

    檢查出在YouTube.com/theverge。

- Hey, it's Andy with The Verge, and we just got our

- 嘿,我是安迪與The Verge,我們剛剛得到了我們的。

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