DriveNow, a joint car-sharing venture of BMW and Sixt, which operates in several German cities, as well as London and San Francisco, is adding 400 BMW i3s to its fleet in Copenhagen.
DriveNow allows users to reserve vehicles via a smartphone app, and return them anywhere within its service area. It is closely coordinated with local public transport. The i3 offers “intermodal routing,” which incorporates public transport services into the car’s navigation system.
“Here in Copenhagen we are now already witnessing mobility of the future. It is on-demand technology, interconnected, quiet and electric,” said Dr. Bernhard Blättel, head of BMW Group Mobility Services. “We are pleased to be able to introduce the capabilities of the BMW i3 here in the Danish capital.”
Source: BMW via Green Car Congress