Google's self-driving automobiles hit the wet streets of Washington state

Google's self-driving cars hit the rainy streets of Washington state

Google is increasing its self-driving automotive check to the wet and hilly metropolis of Kirkland, Washington. The truth is, residents of the Seattle suburb have in all probability already observed one of many firm’s Lexus RX450h SUV driving round over the previous few weeks mapping the roads. The remainder of the fleet of autonomous automobiles can be hitting the street subsequent month.

Google says that Kirkland is a perfect place for moist climate and hilly street apply. The inclines can be utilized to check the automobiles’ sensors on totally different angles and inclines. Additionally, that is the chance to drop the automobiles in a special surroundings with a driving type that is in all probability totally different than cities the car is at present being examined in, Austin, Texas and Mountain View, California.

Kirkland Mayor, Amy Walen stated of the automobiles’ imminent arrival, “we’re thrilled to have the automobiles right here as they do extra testing. It is an awesome match.”

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