Waymo, the former self-driving unit under Google, discontinued a bubble-shaped driverless car called “Firefly” in 2017. That’s because manufacturing automobiles is “really
hard” and could be a distraction to a company that doesn’t have a manufacturing background, Waymo’s head of vehicle supply chain Patrick Cadariu told The Telegraph
company is preparing to open a Detroit factory, which will be used ton install its self-driving software into Chrysler and Jaguar vehicles.
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