At a time when car sharing and mobility are postulated as one of the most important areas of growth, there are many brands that have been working to achieve sustainability and ecology. This is the case of Volkswagen, which has already begun to polish some details of your solutions to terminate the Europcar transaction. A few months ago, the legendary car brand finally took over the entire renting company and now stipulate the new basis of the New Auto strategy.
This strategy is fundamental for Europcar, which will be the new platform that will respond to the mobility needs of customers, from sharing (carsharing) for a few hours to subscription for several months. To this end, the group’s brands will allow a series of services adapted to the needs of each client.
The car brand has decided to centralize services on a single platform. In this way, a single application will give access to a wide variety of convenient and hassle-free services. A joint fleet of vehicles, comprising all these services, from car rental and subscription to carsharing and ride hailing. All this, offering the highest availability and capacity in the market at this time.
The well-known firm has admitted that its next step will be to incorporate some autonomous and driverless vehicles in its fleet and range. To do this, the mobility platform will attract an even greater number of private and corporate customers. All this, the brand has admitted that it is sure that it will be a great success, so they will be available in a large network of stations in the main airports, railway stations and important places of the city.
A profitable carsharing
When we talk about carsharing we refer to a type of shared and profitable mobility. In this way Volkswagen offers an efficient platform, where vehicles will be able to move automatically between different locations depending on demand, among many other things. The Volkswagen Group is testing the first ID. Buzz autonomous driving vehicle and plans to launch other similar projects in other major cities in Europe, China and the United States.