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After playing second fiddle to its self-driving car efforts, Uber has decided to cancel its self-driving truck development.
Born out of the 2016 purchase of Otto, Uber has chosen to shutter that side of its autonomy after its entirely.
From here on out Uber's focus will be limited to self driving cars.
And the company needs that kind of concerted effort as it attempts to dig itself out of the PR hole it fell into after one of its development vehicles hit and killed a pedestrian in Arizona.
Whether it's a boost in power or the addition of a backup camera every update for the 2019 Mazda MX5 will apply to its hardtop RF sibling.
Mazda announced today that the 2019 Miata RF will start at $32,345 for the club trim with the manual transmission, topping out at $34,410 for a grand touring model with six speed automatic.
The latest version of Mazda's quasi hard top Miata hits dealers this August.
UPS isn't putting all its advanced technology eggs in one basket.
The logistics giant announced a partnership with LA based Thor Trucks that will see the two team up on a fleet of medium duty electric delivery trucks.
The trucks will have a range of about a hundred miles making them good for short trips in urban environments.
Development shouldn't take long with UPS expecting to start testing these trucks before the end of the year.
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