WASHINGTON (AFP) – Google’s spinoff self-driving auto division Waymo reported Monday it added 100 Chrysler Pacifica minivans to its armada of self-driving vehicles being tried.

“With this incredible new minivan out and about in our test markets, we’ll figure out how individuals of any age, shapes, and gathering sizes encounter our completely self-driving innovation,” Waymo CEO John Krafcik said in a blog entry.

“Today, we’re sharing a first take a gander at the finished vehicles, outfitted with our most recent Waymo self-driving innovation, including our suite of redesigned sensors, all-new PC and other real framework overhauls.”

The move came days after the declarations that Waymo would turn into a free working unit inside Google’s parent holding organization Alphabet as it tries to advance on independent driving innovation.

The organization has declined to remark on a report that it was rejecting plans for its own marked vehicles to concentrate on associations with automobile producers. A different report said Waymo would band together with Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles in another ridesharing dare to dispatch one year from now, contending with any semblance of Uber and Lyft.

Krafcik said protoypes of the new Chryslers had as of now experienced “a range of tests,” and that extra testing would happen at Waymo’s office in California, and FCA’s test focuses in Michigan and Arizona.

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