Google’s dream car project is alive and well, and there’s no stopping it from continuing to be.
As the company announced the first prototype of its electric dream car earlier this year, the dream chaser was the focus of much attention.
The dream car concept is based on the Toyota Prius hybrid, which was introduced in 2012, but has since gone on to become a staple of tech products like the Nissan Leaf.
It’s powered by a battery pack that can recharge up to 40 times, which makes it more energy efficient than the gasoline version.
Google, meanwhile, is now working on a new version of its Dream Car concept, which will be called the Dream Chaser.
According to a Google patent application published on Friday, the Dream Chaser will be a fully autonomous vehicle capable of taking off from a launchpad, cruising over land and taking off again.
While the vehicle will be more efficient than other electric dream cars, the design does have one significant downside: it will be nearly completely silent.
It has a speaker, but it’s not as good as the one found in the Tesla Model S, which can make a very loud noise.
Google’s patent application suggests that the speaker will be able to generate enough power to drive a car to a top speed of 150 mph.
It’s unclear how many of the Dream Cars will be built, but the company is reportedly looking at producing 100 of them, though they could be delivered to customers as early as 2018.