Magna partners with Michigan startup to retrofit self-driving shuttles

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Auto parts supplier Magna International Inc. is partnering with a Michigan startup to retrofit self-driving shuttles for service in the United States.

Ontario-based Magna will retrofit May Mobility's low-speed self-driving electric transit vehicles from the chassis up for an initial deployment on June 26 in Detroit.

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