IGN has released an update to its online news service about an autonomous vehicle service that’s in the works for the U.S. and Canada.
The service, which will be called Uber, will be similar to Tesla’s, which operates in a similar manner to Uber in that its vehicles will be equipped with self-parking capabilities.
In the U., it will offer vehicles with cameras that allow drivers to remotely access a nearby area to take photos of the area and request that nearby users use the vehicle to get to their destination.
This is where Uber’s technology differs from Tesla’s.
Tesla does not require users to have a vehicle on the road to use the service.
In fact, it’s not even necessary to have the car.
As Uber explains in the update, a driver will be able to request to have an UberX driver drive the vehicle for them at the request of another driver.
The driver will then get a copy of their vehicle’s license plate and GPS coordinates to get an address and use that to get the location of a nearby car.
Uber’s autonomous vehicles will also use cameras to see their surroundings and request to use them as their primary navigation system, and will be connected to Uber’s network.
Uber will also offer other services like a payment system that allows users to pay in advance for a ride.
The company also plans to have cars with an automated lane assist feature.
Like Tesla, Uber’s driver-assist features will be built into the vehicles and will only be available to the driver, Uber explains.
Uber drivers in the U, Canada, and Mexico will also be able request that other drivers use the autonomous vehicles to drive for them.
The U.K. and Australia will also get autonomous vehicles in the coming months, as well.
The company also says it will work closely with Google to build out the Uber platform with Google Maps.
While Uber currently has a driver-only service in the US and Canada, Google recently added autonomous driving capabilities to its self-Driving Car program in the UK.
Google is also developing a similar program for Australia and New Zealand.
Uber says that the company will begin shipping the first vehicles this fall in the United States and Canada in early 2018.