Here's Google's new self-driving minivan
Waymo, the self-driving car company owned by Google parent company Alphabet, has unveiled its latest vehicle: A Fiat Chrysler minivan.
In a blog post published late Sunday (or early Monday, depending on your timezone), CEO John Krafcik revealed the first photos of the vehicle, which it has been working on with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles since May 2016.
The minivan is a modified Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. Waymo has a 100-strong fleet of them, which it will be testing on public roads in 2017.
The news comes shortly after Waymo announced that it is being spun out from Alphabet's experimental X lab into a full-fledged Alphabet company, with its own CEO and new name (Waymo).
Keep scrolling for more photos and info about the vehicles...
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