Google is reportedly preparing to launch a fleet of delivery trucks that will deliver its products faster than ever before.
The company has confirmed to The Wall Street Journal that it is in the process of developing “faster delivery vehicles” which it will start rolling out in 2021.
The “fasters” will reportedly use “autonomous” systems to move products around and avoid obstacles.
The vehicles will also have “self-driving capabilities”, which means the drivers won’t be in control.
According to the report, the cars will have up to 60km/h speeds and a top speed of 30km/hr.
Google has also been developing “eBay-like” delivery methods, which is apparently a reference to the company’s plans to buy Amazon for $13.7bn.
These new vehicles will be the latest in a line of “new delivery” services which Google is currently developing.
Earlier this month, the company announced its “eCommerce Delivery” service, which allows customers to order and receive products online.
In March, Google said it would be expanding its “Internet Delivery” business to include delivery to customers, and will now offer “Internet, mobile and other technologies.”