FCA and Google to Co-Develop Autonomous Car Technology


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Driverless car technology has been recently popularized in the market. As such, automakers are looking for new and innovative ways to capitalize on this futuristic form of mobility.

In recent news, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Google are teaming up to co-develop autonomous car technology. "The deal appears to be a win-win for both sides," writes the staff at Auto Blog. "Google gets about 100 Chrysler Pacifica minivans. FCA gets access to Google's technology for self-driving cars, which the tech giant has been working on for years. This move immediately positions FCA to be potentially among the leaders in self-driving cars. The deal does not appear to be exclusive, but both sides will likely benefit from it greatly. The project is expected to start this year, but no financial terms were disclosed."

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