Last week, Google announced that they’ve been testing a fleet of autonomous vehicles that can drive themselves with little to no human interference whatsoever. The project by Google and members of several winning DARPA Challengers has already amassed quite a bit of mileage under their belt with just one minor accident to date (their car got rear-ended by another human driver).

The thing we didn’t know until last week was that Google has been testing these vehicles in the real world for some time now. TechCrunch has a couple of videos of the vehicles in action which were spotted by people who thought they were the next generation of Google Map cars.

Google Computer-Driven Prius from Ben Tseitlin on Vimeo.

Here’s one more.