Uber Technologies (NYSE:UBER) – Uber Forges EV Food Delivery Partnership With Nuro


  • Uber Technologies, Inc UBER forged a multi-year partnership with leading autonomous vehicle company, Nuro to use the latter’s autonomous, electric vehicles for food deliveries in the U.S.
  • Uber Eats consumers can order meals and goods delivered by Nuro’s zero-occupant autonomous delivery vehicles specifically built to carry food and other goods. 
  • The partnership will kick off with deliveries in Houston, TX, and Mountain View, CA, this fall. 
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  • Uber and Nuro plan to expand the service to the greater Bay Area.
  • The partnership highlights the rapidly growing potential for last-mile autonomous delivery of meals, groceries, and other goods.
  • Uber aims to have only electric vehicles on its platform in the U.S., Canada, and Europe by 2030.
  • Uber has been running tests for autonomous delivery with Serve Robotics, which provides sidewalk machines for delivery, and self-driving start-up Motional.
  • Uber became a free cash flow generator in Q2. 
  • Price Action: UBER shares traded higher by 0.87% at $30.30 on the last check Thursday.
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