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Waymo’s Detroit plant goes online, a step toward reducing FCA into a hardware provider

John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo, last week said that its Detroit plant is now in operation. Waymo is busily outfitting fleets of Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrids with self-driving tech. It’s a big step toward realizing traditional automakers’ greatest fear: getting reduced to being just a hardware provider.

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Waymo deploys 500 self-driving Pacifica hybrid minivans in Phoenix for rides open to public

We reported just last week that by adding 300 Chevy Bolt EV to its self-driving test fleet, GM was on its way to having the biggest captive self-driving test fleet in the world, but Waymo just crushed that dream today.

Waymo, formerly Google’s self-driving effort and now an official Alphabet company, announced that it is deploying 500 self-driving Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans in Phoenix. Interestingly, it’s not only about gathering data from driving since they will also give actual rides to the public through a new program.

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Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid is finally being delivered, free charger is offered for delays

The electric plug-in version of Chrysler’s new and well-received Pacifica van has been delayed for a while even though hundreds of customers had already placed orders.

FCA is now announcing that they are finally starting deliveries and they offer a peace-offering to customers who have been waiting.

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