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Fiat, Google Plan Partnership Around Self-Driving Minivans

The carmaker plans to develop about 100 self-driving prototypes based on the Chrysler Pacifica hybrid-powered minivan that will be used by Google to test its self-driving technology.

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has become the first major carmaker to reach a cooperation deal with Alphabet Inc.’s Google to develop self-driving vehicles, reports Bloomberg.

The carmaker plans to develop about 100 self-driving prototypes based on the Chrysler Pacifica hybrid-powered minivan that will be used by Google to test its self-driving technology, the companies said May 3rd. The partners’ engineering teams will work together on the project at a facility in southeastern Michigan.

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