Uber has scooped its second automotive partner, announcing on Thursday that Volvo will build a fully autonomous car for the ride-sharing giant’s Pittsburgh fleet.
The partnership includes a $300 million investment from both parties into the development of the autonomous car.
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Volvo will use the PSA chassis to build the autonomous car, which is used in the XC90, S90, and V90