Uber, Arrival pursue joint development of electric taxis

The basic idea behind the electric taxi is to drive a full day on a single charge and at the same be available for a price point comparable to a Toyata Prius.


Uber wants to form a partnership with UK-based electric car company Arrival to jointly develop an electric taxi meant for production next year, reports The Times.

As a part of their collaboration, Uber's drivers will be given the chance to participate in designing the new car model.

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