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Images reveal inside Google’s autonomous car

Google ended the first prototype of its autonomous car in late 2014, starting the tests on the roads of California, this year with dozens of models. The development of the vehicle was not being highly publicized by the search giant, but this begins to change.

So far the interior of the unmanned vehicle from Google was unknown to the vast majority, a “secret” revealed during last Saturday (11) at the Community School of Music and Arts in Mountain View. All who participated in the demonstration were privileged to see what lurks behind the windscreen, complete with photographs that you can see in the gallery below.

As shown by the new images, published by The Washington Post, the inside of Google’s autonomous car can not be called elegant. The seats have texture similar to plastic, with a small space to store objects which would be the traditional panel. An interesting detail is great space for passengers, which may even stretch their legs without problems.

The images also reveal a red button highlighted that probably serves to emergencies, noting that the tests are always done with a crew to monitor the functioning and take security measures, if necessary.

Anyway, it is important to keep in mind that the whole interior, and probably outside too, must change when Google release the final version of the autonomous car, expected for the year 2020. The prototypes only serve to test the technology and guarantee that these vehicles do not turn into weapons, as is the fear of many. Review the video presentation of the project below.

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