- A number of Chrysler minivans have been spotted at a Google car park
- Two of the Pacifica vans have been fitted with sensors ready for road tests
- They are part of Google’s partnership with Chrysler for driverless vehicles
Google’s self-driving vehicle project could soon be treading on the toes of tradesmen and delivery drivers everywhere.
The firm has reportedly bolstered its fleet of autonomous vehicles with a number of new Chrysler Pacifica minivans.
Forming part of Google’s partnership with Italian-controlled car maker Fiat Chrysler, two of the vehicles have already been fitted with sensors, ready for the road.
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Google’s latest additions to its fleet of driverless vehicles could spell trouble for delivery drivers…