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This is what Google’s test-ready self-driving car looks like now

Googleâ€s self-driving car has arrived, not yet in production form but that will happen soon.

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After spending years working on self-driving cars mostly modifying already existing cars with its AI hardware hardware, Google decided to build its own car from scratch.

Google in May released a mockup of what it touted as its first in-house built car, and today the company has released a photo of the real car and it resembles the mockup we saw earlier in the year.

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In other words, nothing much has changed.

The car has headlights and reflector dots on the front grill. On top of the car Google has mounted a camera and radar rig that spins at a thousand RPM and gives the car its mystic vision.

Google says the car should be hitting its private test tracks over the holidays and might make its way to public streets in 2015.

The company has not given time of when the car might be available for consumers.

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