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The Ferrari beat the high estimate of $17 million.
Uber has had its permit since March.
Think of this as a smaller, more affordable 812 Superfast.
This is the first part of the price VW will pay in its diesel emissions settlement.
EPA head Scott Pruitt was thought to be eliminating California's emissions waiver, but the Golden State's right to set its own mandates remains in place.
"If EPA acts to weaken or delay the current standards for model years 2022-25, like California, we intend to vigorously pursue appropriate legal remedies to block such action."
Uber says the trucks only test driver assist tech in California.
CARB wants to encourage lower-income buyers to choose EVs.
Zero-emissions vehicles accounted for about 3.5 percent of California new-vehicle sales last year, or almost half the state's mandated goal for 2025.
UPS will start testing an electric truck with a hydrogen fuel-cell range-extender in Sacramento by the end of September.
The average California motorist will see transportation costs rise by about $10 a month.
Apple suggested a series of changes "so that rapid technology development may be realized while ensuring the safety of the traveling public."
Michigan raises another $15 million for its self-driving testing plant in Ypsilanti, while automakers push California regulators to ease autonomous testing regulations.