Fiat Chrysler, Waymo expand partnership with 65K vehicles
Fiat Chrysler and Google's Waymo grow their self-driving vehicle association with plans to take off more than 62K self-sufficient Chrysler Pacifica half and half minivans.
The arrangement may incorporate permitting Waymo tech and administrations for fuse in FCA vehicles.
Waymo is as of now testing its tech in 600 altered Chrysler Pacifica half and half minivans.
Waymo intends to dispatch a self-driving vehicle ride-hail benefit in the not so distant future.
Waymo and FCA are also exploring ways to license Waymo’s self-driving car technology in order to deploy the tech in cars for consumers.
“FCA is committed to bringing self-driving technology to our customers in a manner that is safe, efficient and realistic,” FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a statement. “Strategic partnerships, such as the one we have with Waymo, will help to drive innovative technology to the forefront.”
This expanded partnership comes a couple of months after Waymo partnered with Jaguar to introduce a premium self-driving car. Earlier this year, Waymo began testing its Chrysler self-driving car fleet in San Francisco. As of May 18, Waymo had 51 cars registered with the state of California for self-driving testing with a safety driver. Waymo has also applied for driverless testing in California.
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