12 Facts About Nuro


Nuro develops autonomous delivery vehicles, and was the first company to receive an autonomous exemption from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration since its vehicles are designed to carry goods instead of humans.

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Nuro brought its robotic delivery vehicles to market in January 2018 with $92 million in funding from Greylock Partners and Gaorong Capital.

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In February 2019 Nuro raised $940 million from SoftBank Group, which valued the company at $2.

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Nuro said it would use the funds to expand its delivery service to new areas, add new partners, expand its fleet and grow its business.

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In November 2020, Nuro announced that they raised $500 million in their Series C funding round led by T Rowe Price, with a post-money valuation of $5 billion.

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In December 2020, Nuro acquired self-driving trucking startup Ike Robotics.

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In September 2022, Uber and Nuro Announced 10-year partnership for autonomous food deliveries starting in California and Texas.

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In June 2018, Nuro announced its first partnership with Kroger to test the fully autonomous delivery of groceries.

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Nuro began prescription delivery through CVS Pharmacy in May 2020.

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In December 2021, Nuro announced a partnership to commercially deliver 7-Eleven goods.

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Nuro officially launched in January 2018, revealing its first product, the R1, an electric self-driving local commerce delivery vehicle.

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In February 2020, Nuro announced its plans to test R2, the second generation of self-driving vehicles, in Houston, Texas.

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