Google has released a first Canary version of Chrome 58 Canary is what Google calls the really early beta versions of Chrome in which brand new functions first begin testing them with the public.
The big news is support for Touch Bar on the new Macbook Pro. You can see the current layout of the screen here, but it can of course be changed before Chrome 58 released the final version. As it is now, you will find the Escape key, navigation buttons, reload, a search field, a button for the new tab, and the favorite mark.
While many other programs have dynamic content on the Touch Bar that change based on what you're up to date, Chrome static content. Whether it is supposed to continue so or if Google will expand the function is unknown.
Want to test now you can download the canary construction for Mac from here.