Waymo is as yet continuing its plans to offer its driverless car service in the Phoenix, Arizona, region and along with that, the company is also targeting to move its self-driving sights to Europe.
Recently Waymo’s CEO John Krafcik attended at the Automotive News Europe Congress in Turin, Italy where he said that “There is an opportunity for us at Waymo to experiment here in Europe, with different products and maybe even with different go-to-market strategies.”
Furthermore, at the event, Krafic also raised the possibility of conceivable associations in the market in the wake of crediting his European partners for his propelling self-driving tech. However, in the European event, he also added that “It’s probably safe to say the Waymo brand wouldn’t be as strong as some other existing incumbent brands that are already strong in Europe.”
What else more? Yeas, in the USA the company also has a big plan like it, announced earlier this week that by the end of this year Waymo will be adding 62,000 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans to its fleet. Oh, by the way, Prior to that declaration, Waymo also said that it would work with Jaguar’s electric I-Pace SUV, including 20,000 of those vehicles.
According to the company, it seems that in the near future Waymo is planning widely to boost up its self-driving project. And regarding of the plan, CEO John Krafcik recently twitted that “Our goal is to build the world’s most experienced driver & make self-driving technology available across a range of vehicle platforms to make our roads safer. Excited about our growing partnership with FCA! https://nyti.ms/2xBDGXM.”