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BMW looks for one more major automaker to join autonomous technology alliance.

Auto Business News-October 3, 2017--BMW looks for one more major automaker to join autonomous technology alliance

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Auto Business News - 03 October 2017

BMW AG (Xetra: BMW), a Germany-based automaker, is presently looking for one more major automaker to join its autonomous technology alliance with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Intel and auto industry suppliers.

Automotive News has reported, citing BMW Group's senior VP of autonomous driving, Elmar Frickenstein that the collaboration aims to land its third automaker by the end of 2017.

BMW intends that one more automaker will balance the alliance across three major automakers, two suppliers (Continental, Delphi) and chip company Intel with its newly acquired MobilEye division.

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