Arrival and Uber hail plans for purpose-built electric car

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Electric van and bus specialist announces it is working with global ride-hailing giant to develop affordable electric vehicle for taxi fleets

Plans to electrify urban road transport took a leap forward this morning, with the news UK-based electric van and bus pioneer Arrival is to team up with global ride-hailing giant Uber to develop a new...

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