Earlier this week, Google and Fiat Chrysler (FCA) agreed to work together and build self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans with Google's autonomous technology. But the details of the partnership — and what happens after the Pacificas roll off the line — is anyone's guess.
Though FCA chief Sergio Marchionne has grand plans for his partnership with Google, it seems that, for the moment, the deal is fairly limited. The first phase of the deal is "designed to take Google technology into the minivan," Marchionne said at a news conference today, marking the launch of the consumer version of the new Pacifica, according to Reuters.
"It's very, very focused," he said. "It has a very clear objective and a very clear timeline."
So the two firms…