Soon, you'll be seeing this car on Oahu roads.
It's part of the city's federally-funded pavement management system.
High resolution cameras mounted on the car capture panoramic imagery of the roads.
The data collection system is equipped with Earthmine technology which snaps 3-D street level shots.
The current road survey process takes two years since data is handwritten and requires four crew members. The new high tech version takes less than a month and all you need is a single driver.
Mayor Peter Carlisle helped to unveil the new technology.
Mayor Carlisle took a seat in the new vehicle.
Earthmine officials said the technology can be used day and night for at least five years straight without failing.