Chrysler unveils an automated car with a touchscreen interface

Posted November 14, 2018 06:38:38A Chrysler subsidiary has unveiled a self-driving car that uses a touchscreen, and it’s made of parts from the automaker’s Chrysler Automotive Parts and Services division.

The car uses a “virtual assistant” that allows the driver to operate it, with an assist from a computer.

The company says it has already begun testing the system in the company’s Chrysler-owned facility in Michigan, which has seen a lot of production of autonomous vehicles.

The automated car uses Chrysler’s own autonomous driving software, which Chrysler says is available to Chrysler’s customer fleet.

Chrysler says the car will be used for the automakers next-generation SUVs and trucks.

The automaker says the system will be available for purchase by the end of 2020.

The new car has a range of up to 400 miles, the automaking company says.

Chrysler’s new self-parking system allows the car to pull over to a designated spot on the road.

The system has been developed by Chrysler’s Advanced Automation Research Center.

The auto parts company said it has an additional six autonomous vehicles in its research labs.