Watch behind the scenes video as The Stig accompanies Google’s Street View car around the BBC Top Gear test track in a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black.
Navigate the Top Gear track on Google Maps and take a tour of the famous test track.
A beautiful short video commercial from Google that talks about a granddaughter in India who used Google search to find her grandfather’s lost childhood friend. She decided to surprise her grandfather on his birthday by reuniting him with his friend who she finds in Pakistan, after a long separation due to the India-Pakistan partition in 1947.
Watch the touching new commercial in the video below. Make sure to turn on the captions by clicking the CC button in the bottom corner, translated in 9 different languages including English, Dutch, French, Malayalam and Urdu.
Google’s Street View has taken us around the world to some of the most amazing destinations. You can traveling from Burj khalifa to Eiffel Tower in seconds, or just take a tour at the Lamborghini Museum.
On Wednesday, Google launched the 360-degree Google Street View of Venice, covering some 426 Kilometers (265 miles) on foot and 183 Kilometers (114 miles) by boat.
The Lamborghini Museum is located in Sant’agata Bolognese – Bologna, Italy. There you’ll find everything from production models like the Miura, Countach, Diablo and Murcielago to limited-production rarities like the Reventon and Sesto Elemento, prototypes like the Estoque and Zagato Canto, a Gallardo highway patrol car and a handful of Lamborghini-powered F1 cars, like Nicola Larini’s 1991 Modena 291. All this is just a click away.
Click inside the car and put yourself right in the driver’s seat, so you can check out the interior design, isn’t that cool?
Discover Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower with Google Street View. Google has extended its Street View imagery to the top two viewing decks of the Eiffel Tower for the very first time, giving users a breathtaking view of the City of Paris from the iconic French monument, with all-new 360-degree photographs.
Google has been busy expanding Street View. The company last month introduced imagery for the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world’s tallest building.
You can now explore the set of the famous street from the Harry Potter movie, the Diagon Alley on Google Street View. The set is the first part of the Warner Bros studios tour in Leavesden, UK to be made available online.
According to the Daily Mail, the studio set of Diagon Alley took more than three months to make, and was opened in March 2012. The tour costs £29 for adults and £21.50 for children. Check out the embedded Google Maps below.