It might seem like it's early days in the story of self-driving cars, but one vehicle has already been consigned to the history books, after General Motors donated one of its first publicly driven self-driving vehicles – a modified pre-production Chevrolet Bolt EV – to The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, Michigan.
“The Henry Ford is a treasured institution where past and present innovations are documented and displayed, and GM is proud to provide our autonomous test vehicle to serve as an inspiration to the innovators of tomorrow,” said General Motors President Mark Reuss.
The vehicle probably won't be the last example of a self-driving car being saved for posterity. So we'd love to know – what autonomous vehicle or technology would you like to see saved for future generations? Let us know here.