In the next five years, you could be driving a new type of car... or rather it could be driving you.

Ford Motor Company announced Tuesday that by 2021 it will roll out it's first batch of self-driving cars.

CEO of Ford, Mark Fields, said that these cars will be full autonomy, which means there will be no steering wheels and no gas or break pedals.

As of right now, the cars will specifically be made for ride-sharing services, like a taxi cab. According to Ford's website these autonomous cars will be available in "high volumes." Self-driving cars for everyday consumers will roll out at a later time.

Ford also announced that they will be expanding its Silicon Valley campus and more than double the Palo Alto (both in California) team to help reach its goal.