Wait and see.
For years, that was Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' approach to autonomous technologies and electrified vehicles.
Sure, FCA did what it needed to do to get by, offering an all-electric version of its Fiat 500 to fulfill obligations in California and counting on suppliers to offer self-driving technology and systems.
The timid approach was partly born of necessity. FCA doesn't have the money to invest in cutting-edge technology or to field a broad lineup of advanced vehicles. Hence the unending string of Dodge Challengers.