Rumors that Chrysler might be killed off were wholly false.
A self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivan operated by Waymo, the autonomy subsidiary of Alphabet/Google, was involved in a two-car accident Friday afternoon in Chandler, Ariz. First reports indicate the autonomous vehicle was not at fault in the crash — not the "violator vehicle," according to ABC 15 News. This may be Waymo's first accident in its Arizona test program.
One accident has potentially been linked to the defect.
The S package is similar to the one on the Chrysler 300.
The Pacifica Hybrid is a compelling minivan, which feels less weird to say the more we we drive it.
German and Japanese automakers and companies like Tesla will reap the rewards.
Pacifica Plug-in Hybrid minivan can go as far as 566 miles on a full tank and full electric charge.
The project only took six months from kick-off to production.
Google, Chrysler may unveil ride-sharing component to autonomous-driving Pacifica minivans as soon as the end of 2017.
Could this be the vehicle FCA supplies to Google for its self-driving project?
From the company that brought you the minivan, it's the next big thing in moving people around efficiently.
Plus it has a 566-mile range.
Could a minivan take it all?