Alphabet’s Google, Fiat Chrysler have agreed to build a fleet of self-driving vehicles together

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Google has said that it does not want to build self-driving vehicles on its own and has explored alliances with auto companies.

DETROIT/WASHINGTON — Alphabet Inc’s Google unit and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV have agreed to work together to build a fleet of 100 self-driving minivans in the most advanced collaboration to date between Silicon Valley and a traditional carmaker, the companies said Tuesday.

The deal marks the first time that Google has worked directly with an automaker “to integrate its self-driving system, including its sensors and software, into a passenger vehicle,” the companies said in a statement on Tuesday.

Google and Fiat Chrysler engineers will work together to fit Google’s autonomous driving technology into the Pacifica minivan. Some engineers for both companies will work together at a facility in Southeast Michigan, where Fiat Chrysler has its major North American engineering centre, the companies said.

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