As it was a little hard to keep hidden cars with huge cameras mounted on them, we knew that Street View was launched in Brazil even before Google to comment. When he was finally released after months of snapshots, only three capital (and its surroundings) had enabled service: Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Apparently the next town to get to list Curitiba.
According to the newspaper Gazeta do Povo, the company’s cars have started to circulate in the city and are collecting the first pictures. The car pictured above was seen in the center of Curitiba, more precisely in the Largo of the Order. As usual, Google did not tell how many cars are driving in the city, when images are aired or how long the image capture will lead.
So be warned for curitibanos readers TB: you are being captured by the Google cars. If you find one in the city streets, feel free to make a pose and take a photo and send it to us on Twitter.