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Reimagining

the commute

the road trip

the night out

deliveries

last mile transportation

logistics

With Waymo in the driver’s seat, we can begin to reimagine many different types of transportation, from ride-hailing and logistics, to public transport and personal vehicles.

Our transportation service will continue to grow and expand beyond Phoenix. We'll also continue to apply our experience to testing self-driving trucks.

When fully self-driving vehicles become part of people's everyday routine, we can move closer to our goal of making transportation safe and easy for everyone.

The world's first premium electric self-driving vehicle

Waymo and Jaguar have partnered to develop the world's first fully self-driving Jaguar I-PACE. Testing began in 2018.

In the next few years, we'll add up to 20,000 I-PACE vehicles to Waymo's fleet. That's enough to drive about a million trips in a typical day.

Same Driver

Different Vehicle

Same Driver
Different Vehicle

Trucking is a vital part of the American economy, and we believe self-driving technology has the potential to make this sector safer and stronger.

Today, our software is learning to drive big rigs in much the same way a human driver would after years of driving passenger cars. The principles are the same, but things like braking, turning, and blind spots are different with a fully-loaded truck and trailer.

We’ve conducted road tests of Waymo’s self-driving trucks in California, Arizona, and Georgia, including a pilot in Atlanta with our self-driving trucks carrying freight bound for Google’s data centers.