Ramping up on autonomous plug-ins: GM and Fiat Chrysler starting to deploy know-how from Lyft, Cruise, and Google

Two OEMs have struck new deals to bring autonomy and electrified drive trains closer together. First, after General Motors (GM) invested $0.5 billion in ride-hailing company Lyft and bought autonomous driving startup Cruise for $1 billion, the OEM now plans to test self-driving electric taxis. Sp...

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