Just look at those smooth edges and friendly exterior — UPS's newest delivery truck is quite the crowd-pleaser.
The internet let out a collective "awww" when the delivery service announced its new electric truck partnership with British EV company Arrival this week.
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UPS will have 35 of the zero-emission EVs with 150-mile range and a driver assistance system to help with driver fatigue. A trial program with the fleet will hit the road by the end of the year in Paris and London. Sorry America, no cute trucks for you yet.
UPS already has 300 electric vehicles in Europe and the U.S. in its ongoing effort to move away from fossil fuel dependence, but none have unearthed such a response as this particular EV.