Google Adds Chrysler Pacifica to Autonomous Testing Fleet

 

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According to the Google Self-Driving Project, it has self-driven more than 1.5 million miles and is currently out on the streets of California, Texas, Washington and Arizona. Its testing fleet includes both modified and new prototype vehicles. In recent news, the tech-giant is adding the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid to its roster of testing vehicles.

“FCA has a nimble and experienced engineering team and the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan is well-suited for Google’s self-driving technology,” said John Krafcik, Chief Executive Officer, Google Self-Driving Car Project in a press release. “The opportunity to work closely with FCA engineers will accelerate our efforts to develop a fully self-driving car that will make our roads safer and bring everyday destinations within reach for those who cannot drive.”

We hope this turns into more than just a testing project as it could create a variety of benefits for families including improved safety, independence and more. While you wait for self-driving vehicles to go-to-market, explore our new inventory of Chrysler Pacifica minivans.

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