AutoComplete: Nuro and Domino's Pizza team up on autonomous pizza delivery
Here's what's making news on road show.
Domino's Pizza is getting into the self driving delivery game.
But unlike last time, there is really no human in the car.
That's because they decided to partner with Nuro, who you may remember has been working with Kroger on a delivery program for groceries in Arizona.
The Domino's program will start off in Houston, Texas and will eventually come to us a custom version of Nuro's super cute little delivery pod.
We can only hope that Domino's and Nero's engineers will spend as much time on programming the little pods to avoid pedestrians as they do avoiding the no aid.
Reno's Zoe may not be sold our shores, but that hasn't stopped it from being one of the most popular events in the world.
And now Renault has gotten an updated little hatch to make it even more desirable.
Of course, there's a bunch of aesthetic changes including a move to LED lighting from an infinity q 30.
No less And eco-friendly interior materials, but it's the bump in range that has us most interested.
The new Zoe will do 242 miles on a charge thanks to its new 52 kilowatt hour battery.
Though keep in mind that's on the slightly more lacks WOTP cycle rather than EPA If there's one thing that surprised many people since hybrid and electric cars started coming to market in real numbers it's the longevity and resilience of their battery packs.
That's a large part of the reason why companies like Tesla can offer an eight year hundred thousand mile warranty on their packs.
Well now that Volkswagen is getting deeper into the [UNKNOWN] game they decided to match Tesla's pack.
Warranty, which is super smart.
The first EV to get this new warranty will be the ID 3 electric hatch, with all other ID models getting it in the future.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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