Google's Waymo Finally Gets A Cool Autonomous Car With The Jaguar I-Pace

Posted: Mar 27 2018, 10:26am CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Google's Waymo finally gets a Cool Autonomous Car with the Jaguar I-Pace

Waymo announced today to get 20,000 Jaguar I-PACE in the next few years.

Waymo will add up to 20,000 Jaguar I-Pace electric SUVs to their fleet of autonomous cars in the next few years. Waymo so far has relied on these little toy cars. The new Jaguar I-Pace is a hot ride that will give Google's Waymo much more prestige.

"This is just the beginning. The self-driving products of the future will be designed around passengers, not drivers. That means riders will be able to choose from a broad array of options that will match their very specific needs: one for working remotely as you commute, one for dining with friends, even one designed for napping! The ultimate goal: with Waymo as the driver, products tailored for every purpose and every trip," said Waymo in a post on medium.

Google is hurting the cool design of the I-Pace with the placement of the toy car dome on the roof. I don't mind, as I rather drive a Jaguar I-Pace myself and not let the computer have that pleasure.

The new self-driving I-PACE will start testing in our fleet later this year, and will soon be playing a vital full-time role in Waymo’s driverless transportation service.

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