The Google car company announced Thursday that it will overhaul its design and development of its website to better suit the automobile industry.
The move will include redesigning the navigation bar, navigation buttons and other elements of the site, which will help to create a better user experience.
The redesign of the website will be completed in two phases, with the first phase being completed by April 2019.
The second phase is slated to be completed by December 2019.
“Google has been working on improving its website designs for many years, but this was the first time that we’ve actually had a full redesign, and that is something we are excited to see happen,” Google’s chief executive, Sundar Pichai, said in a blog post.
“We have a lot of work ahead of us, and we are making great progress in this direction, but we will continue to invest in the Google website, and Google is already leading the way in improving the user experience.”
Google is currently designing the website for the cars in the United States, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, France, Japan and the Netherlands.
The company is currently working on a redesigned website for cars in Australia.
The website design will be in line with other major tech companies, including Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and Google.
Google’s previous design efforts for the Google Maps navigation bar were a major source of criticism.
The navigation bar is currently used by cars that have been designed to navigate in the dark, which is the default setting for most car brands.
Google said the redesign will improve the user’s experience and help the company meet the demands of the industry.
“With its vast experience and breadth of car brands, we’re excited to be working with the auto industry on this redesign and to offer a better-looking website for our car partners,” Google CEO Sundar Pei wrote.
Google also announced plans to roll out the car website redesign to other countries.
Google launched the car design and navigation design project in January 2016 and announced a $1.5 billion funding round in May that also included $1 billion in venture capital.
The car design is being done to prepare Google for the car’s arrival in Europe and Asia.