Step into this awesome 360-degree video and take control of the camera to see through the “eyes” of one of Waymo’s fully driverless minivans. According to the company, members of the general public will soon get to use these autonomous driving vehicles in their daily lives.
After receiving its first permit from California DMV in April 2017, Apple has reportedly expanded its self-driving test fleet to 27 vehicles as it accelerates efforts to catch up with competitors such as Alphabet’s Waymo.
Apple’s autonomous car project is an open secret in Silicon Valley. The latest update comes from a report on Jalopnik that asserts Apple is leasing the a proving ground previously owned by Fiat-Chrysler.