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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Here it is Google's self-driving car

This little car may look like a regular small car but if you look at the inside, there are some strange things such as there's no steering wheel, accelerator and brake. To go to the destination, we simply press one button then the car will begin to run itself and take us to our destination safely through the help of sensors and softwares that existed.

The test is done to some people, especially to those who have limited so do not drive, ranging from the elderly to the blind. So far the car still in the testing phase and the maximum speed that can be achieved is only 25 mph (40 kph).
Here’s what the Google's prototype revealed in May looked like. (Picture from: http://wrd.cm/1CEEbYS)
In May 2014, Google show off their self-driving car but there are many of us who are not aware that the car on display is still really a prototype that is half finished. On the last sighting of this car, it appears there are some changes. This is seen in the headlights of the car which was originally only in the form of a sticker and the top has not formed a neat which is a sensor of this self-driving car.
And this time before the holidays, Google is finally showing back the car that can be said is almost perfect and this is final-shape of the self-driving car when it began to be used on the streets. Unlike before, this car has had a real headlights and the top has got better shape although it is similar to a police car siren.
Google’s latest self-driving car prototype has headlights, but no steering wheel or pedals. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1t2w4oM)
Google promises that this car will be made in considerable numbers (around hundreds) and if the test is successful, do not be surprised if you go to America, specifically to the California area, you will see a driverless car. From their official Google+ site, it looks like Google will show back this car on the road in the new year. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GOOGLE SELF-DRIVING CAR PROJECT | WIRED]
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