Self-driving technology company Waymo has agreed to implement its Level 4 (L4) autonomous technology across Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) entire product portfolio.

The deployment is part of the companies’ autonomous driving technology partnership expansion.

Under the expanded partnership, Waymo will work with FCA to develop and test self-driving light commercial vehicles, class 1-3, for goods movement, including Waymo Via.

Initially, the two companies will focus on integrating the L4 Waymo Driver into FCA’s Ram ProMaster van.

By integrating L4 Waymo Driver into the vehicle, Waymo and FCA aim to address the specific needs of commercial customers.

FCA CEO Mike Manley said: “Our new four-year partnership with Waymo continues to break new ground.

“Incorporating the Waymo Driver, the world’s leading self-driving technology, into our Pacifica minivans, we became the only partnership deploying fully autonomous technology in the real world, on public roads.

“With this next step, deepening our relationship with the very best technology partner in this space, we’re turning to the needs of our commercial customers by jointly enabling self-driving for light commercial vehicles, starting with the Ram ProMaster.

“Adding Waymo’s commitment to partner with us to deploy its L4 fully autonomous technology across our entire product portfolio, our partnership is setting the pace for the safe and sustainable mobility solutions that will help define the automotive world in the years and decades to come.”

Last month, Volvo Car Group entered a strategic partnership with Waymo to develop an autonomous electric vehicle for ride-hailing services.