FCA and Google presented driverless minivan Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid (Part 1)

January 24, 2017 at 4:11 pm

Automotive Alliance Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Google have officially introduced a hybrid minivan Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, equipped with automatic control systems. Serial production of the driverless vehicle will be performed by Waymo brand – Google subsidiary company, responsible for the development and implementation of autonomous driving technologies in the various transport sectors.

2017 Innovative Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid pic

2017 Innovative Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid pic

We remind that last spring concern FCA and Google Inc. have reached an agreement on cooperation in the sphere of creation of autonomous vehicles. According to the representatives of the companies, it took about six months to integrate automatic control system.

2017 Driverless Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid photo

2017 Driverless Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid photo

Production of driverless minivans Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid was launched in the middle of the fall of last year; however, the presentation of the novelty took place just now. The reason for this is that before the presentation vehicles had to pass extensive tests, including the test of 200 hours under extreme conditions. Machines were passing closed testing in Michigan, Arizona and California.