Kyle Vogt, the co-founder of the General Motors-owned autonomous vehicle startup Cruise, announced his resignation following recent setbacks.

Vogt did not mention a specific reason for his resignation in a message on social media on Sunday but offered thanks to those who worked with the company.

"The last 10 years have been amazing, and I'm grateful to everyone who helped Cruise along the way," Vogt said. "The startup I launched in my garage has given over 250,000 driverless rides across several cities, with each ride inspiring people with a small taste of the future."

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Kyle Vogt CEO Of GM's Cruise Robo-Taxi Division Resigns

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