Google gets more patents for its Self-driving Car

For a lot of us, Google self-driving car remains a mystery because of insufficient details out yet. However the mystery of the self-driving car is somehow unfolding as Google seems letting out a little info about the advanced technology. Among the parts of mystery included the inside view of the car which remains unexplored yet. Though Google’s lucky employees and a few journalists had a close look into the car but nothings is allowed to go out at large.

Though journalists were not allowed to take pictures of the car from inside when they made their brief visit. But now Google has reportedly received a couple of patents which give us a little detailed view into the Google concept with its self-driving car. The two patents show the internal powers and the external view of the car which gives us some familiar and some new views into the upcoming technology.

Both patents show the externals appearance of the self-driving car much identical to the prototypes which were recently out. While the internals of the car are described quite well that make sense. As we can see on the patent labels there are heads-up display, control panels, cup holders and many more other areas were well highlighted. On the control panel you can notice the ‘GO’ button with Windows buttons, volume buttons, lock buttons, internal lights and an emergency switch labeled as ‘STOP NOW.’

In another patent we find an interesting communication system where the car can communicate with pedestrians for safe journey. Recent prototypes show a number of artworks but they are also being cited to convert into screens displaying messages. Studying the situation, the screens will show different massages for pedestrians to guide them in traffic. Though the details are yet premature and new info is also emerging, they show some appreciating areas on the Google self-driving car. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.