Only a few days ago we have featured a product of cooperation between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Google’s Waymo – fully self-driving Chrysler Pacifica entering US roads for testing. However, it seems like FCA won’t be the only Waymo’s partner since Honda announced that it has entered discussions with Waymo to integrate the self-driving technology. The expected collaboration result is the integration of Waymo’s sensors, software and computing hardware into Honda vehicles. As a first step Honda would provide a fleet of vehicles to enter the road testing, while the automaker’s engineers from Japan and Silicon Valley will work closely with Waymo team. According to its press-release, Honda aims to equip their mass-produced cars with full self-driving capabilities by 2020.

A Honda Motor Co. Accord hybrid sedan, equipped with an automatic driving system, is demonstrated at the ITS Word Congress Tokyo 2013 in Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013. The congress will be held through Oct. 18. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg