Google is taking the next step toward self-parking its self-driven cars in California, where it is also planning to build a test track and have some actual cars on it.
Google has begun construction of a test facility in Fremont, Calif., where it hopes to test its self driving cars.
The company has also signed a $300 million deal with Ford Motor Co. to build two vehicles.
The Fremont test facility will have about 3,500 square feet of parking space.
Google’s goal is to have self-powered cars on the road by 2020, with the first self-drive cars in the state arriving by 2020.
The goal is also for Tesla to begin delivering the first vehicles to customers in 2021, the company announced in February.