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Mar 28, 2018
Waymo inks a long-term deal with Jaguar; to include 20,000 I-PACE electric vehicles in its autonomous fleetThe partnership announced ahead of the New York International Auto Show, is another step in Waymo’s plan to roll out a robo-taxi service in the US.
Feb 28, 2018
Waymo showcases a 360-degree video to help people see what it is like to ride inside an autonomous vehicleWaymo said in a blog post that it had driven more than 5 million miles (8.05 million km) on public roads, doubling its miles since January 2017.
Oct 31, 2017
Waymo increases its efforts to convince people that its autonomous driving technology is safeWaymo CEO John Krafcik told reporters that the company will be making some cars and freight trucks totally driverless fairly soon.
Jun 14, 2017
Waymo to focus on mass-produced vehicles as it retires its line of Firefly test vehiclesWaymo would work towards equipping its initial fleet of 600 Chrysler Pacifica minivans with custom-built radar and vision systems, and an all-new artificial intelligence compute platform, to enable the cars to see even further and sharper, the company said.
Jan 09, 2017
Google showcases new self-driving Chrysler PacificaGoogle unveiled its latest self-driving system in a Chrysler Pacifica minivan during a Sunday preview ahead of the Detroit auto show, saying the technology is more reliable and affordable.
Jan 09, 2017
Google Waymo's self-driving vehicles will hit the road by end of JanuaryThe objective for now as specified by Waymo CEO John Krafcik, was to "learn how people of all ages, shapes, and group sizes experience our fully self-driving technology."
Jan 04, 2017
CES 2017: Chrysler unveils Chrysler Portal, a concept car for MillennialsFiat-Chrysler on Tuesday unveiled a concept car designed for Millennials: an electric-powered minivan with modular components that can be adapted for autonomous driving.
Jun 10, 2016
Google co-founder secretly invests in flying car start upsGoogle co-founder Larry Page has secretly poured more than $100 million into building flying cars,