UPS to test these cute electric trucks in London and Paris

Cuteness overload

UPS is partnering with Arrival to try out a fleet of electric trucks that look like they’ve just escaped from Disneyland. 

Engadget reports that 35 such electric, zero-emission trucks will take to the streets of London and Paris. According to UPS, each truck can travel for 150 miles (240 km) on a single charge.

Furthermore, the company describes the fleet of trucks as a highly advanced vehicle display, basing their bragging on advanced driver assistance systems and a windshield that stretches to the truck’s sides, which is meant to offer better visibility around the vehicle.

That should come in handy when keeping an eye open for cyclists or pedestrians - but the feature is also the main source of cuteness for the trucks.

In December 2017, UPS pre-ordered 125 Tesla Semi trucks to further cement its position as the owner of one of the largest alternative fuel-powered fleets in the United States.

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