• Waymo announces Jaguar I-Paces to join its self-driving fleet by 2020

    2 monthes ago - By Venture Beat

    Google subsidiary Waymo earlier this year announced a strategic partnership with Jaguar Land Rover to develop autonomous versions of the automaker's Jaguar I-Pace SUVs, and today, it took the wraps off the fruits of its labor: new all-electric crossovers that'll join the company's self-driving fleet by 2020. The new utility vehicl...
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  • The first all-electric Jaguar I-PACE SUVs in the US are now part of Waymo's self-driving fleet

    The first all-electric Jaguar I-PACE SUVs in the US are now part of Waymo's self-driving fleet

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The first three Jaguar I-PACE vehicles to hit the roads in the US have arrived in Waymo's Bay Area fleet.
    The Jaguar I-PACEs will be used for testing, prior to the all-electric vehicle being outfitted with Waymo's self-driving technology and launched in a ride-hailing service in 2020.
    Waymo expects 20,000 I-PACEs to join its fleet.
    Jaguar is in the process of rolling out its I-PACE all-electric vehicle, with cars slated to start arriving at dealerships later this year. Prospective owners can already start configuring the I-PACE at Jaguar's website, where the base-priced car is about...
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  • Waymo-branded Jaguar I-Pace vehicles hit the streets of San Francisco

    Waymo-branded Jaguar I-Pace vehicles hit the streets of San Francisco

    2 monthes ago - By Tech Crunch

    Waymo's next phase in self-driving cars has begun.
    The former Google self-driving project that spun out to become a business under Alphabet has received its first three all-electric I-Pace crossover sport utility produced by Jaguar Land Rover. These I-Pace EVS - the first on U.S. roads outside of JLR's own fleet - can be seen driving around the San Francisco Bay Area.
    These aren't operating autonomously just yet. For now, Waymo is testing the vehicle's performance on roads to generate self-driving system design requirements and develop durability tests, the company told TechCrunch.
    Waymo...
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