Waymo wants to let you install its self-driving tech in your car


The Mountain View-based Alphabet subsidiary has been testing Waymo One, an autonomous shuttle service that passengers can summon with an app, in the Phoenix metro area since late last year.

The leap into the driverless future may not mean buying an entirely new car. Google's autonomous driving project Waymo hopes you can one day install its software in your old model. 

Google's subsidiary Waymo wants to install its robot driving technology into private vehicles. 

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