A brand new testing center located at the famous Chelsea Proving Grounds is prepared to begin conducting tests.
Of all of the major automakers, FCA has arguably been the quietest regarding its stance on self-driving cars. Yes, the Chrysler Pacifica minivan has been and continues to be, the self-driving test vehicle of choice for Waymo, a partnership FCA is rightly very proud of. But what about autonomous driving R&D being done by FCA itself? Today we have our answer.
The automaker has just announced it has invested $30 million in an all-new facility solely dedicated to the testing and development of self-driving vehicles and other related technologies including “advanced driver-assistance systems, advanced safety technology, and assessment to third-party safety ratings.” Some of those third parties include the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the European New Car Assessment Program.
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