The Google Self-Driving Car Doesn't Have Breaks or a Steering Wheel

By: Misel Saban - May 29, 2014
References: google & designboom
The Google self-driving car ingeniously functions without the need for a steering wheel, accelerator pedal or a brake pedal. How does this tiny smart car possibly operate then you might ask? This search engine car functions by using technologically savvy sensors and software.

The Google car is able to operate exclusively without any sort of human involvement. The car's savvy sensors allow the car to turn on and off with the touch of a button, function without blind spots and sense objects several feet away. The vehicle currently only seats two people.

While this Google self-driving car is only a prototype, I think it's safe to say we will be seeing Google vehicles for sale and on the road sometime in the near future.

Photo Credits: designboom, google