Waymo is transforming Jaguar's electric I-Pace into a self-driving vehicle

Robyn Valdez
Марта 28, 2018

Waymo has confirmed plans to buy up to 20,000 I-Pace electric cars, with the aim of delivering one million rides per day in its driverless cars by 2020.

Waymo has been testing autonomous cars in the wild for some time and has already racked up more than 5 million autonomous miles. Waymo plans to open its autonomous ride-hailing service at some point in 2018 in Phoenix. The vote of confidence comes a day after Arizona's governor suspended Uber from testing in the state following the first pedestrian death involving a self-driving vehicle.

The Senate is also trying to fast-track regulations, but even at a rapid pace by government standards, rules for self-driving vehicles are likely to develop more slowly than technology companies are accustomed to. The vehicle in use, and the thousands more coming to Waymo, were developed in Novi and manufactured in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

The tie-up is just the latest in a series of partnerships and integration pacts between Waymo and other automakers.

In its previous tests, Waymo used Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans outfitted with sensors. "We can get closer to getting just the right vehicle for just the ride that person has requested".

"Jaguar-Land Rover is the flawless partner for Waymo".

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Waymo, the self-driving arm of Alphabet has announced at a press conference today in NY that it will supply luxury automaker Jaguar with self-driving technology for its new electric i-Pace SUV.

The Waymo Jaguar I-PACE is being shown at the New York International Auto Show.

In a safety report, Waymo details the procedures behind each of its different tests for its technology. The I-PACE is all-wheel drive, but there's no driveshaft running the length of the SUV to connect the rear wheels to the front.

It has been testing fully autonomous vehicles, requiring no human driver, in Arizona since 2017. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important.

Later this year, Waymo said it would launch an app for self-driving taxis that can be hailed by the public, but it's unclear where those cars would be or how many of those cars would be on the road.

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