Passengers with Uber can now request an electric-vehicle (EV) from anywhere in Greater London as Uber Green expands from Zone 1 to the whole of the capital.
Hertz and Polestar, the Swedish electric performance car maker, have announced a new partnership for the purchase of up to 65,000 electric vehicles (EVs) over five years. Availability is expected to begin in Spring 2022 in Europe and late 2022 in North America and Australia.
Car rental giant Sixt is reporting what it is calling “the best result” in its history for financial 2021 – in sharp contrast to the rest of the market. A United States expansion drove profits.
Hertz has confirmed an investment in Ufodrive, a self-service electric vehicle rental company and eMobility service provider in Europe.
Car rental company Sixt has signed a partnership French hospitality giant Accor. This deal will provide additional attractive benefits for guests and employees of Accor – worldwide and free of charge.
Eurowings is providing customers with a new car rental comparison portal via its website. It can be used to select vehicles from over 2,200 top providers in the rental segment worldwide.
With consolidated earnings before taxes of €253 million for the three months to the end of September, Sixt has reported the best quarterly operating result in its history.
As consumer interest in electric vehicles skyrockets, the car rental giant is announcing a significant investment to offer the largest EV rental fleet in North America.
Sixt is adding a sustainable, CO2-reduced alternative to its ride service. Travellers can now choose hybrid or fully-electric vehicles when booking transfer or limousine services.
Nirvana Travel has acquired a fleet of ten Mercedes-Benz S-Class cars from Emirates Motor Company. The exclusive sedans will add to a growing fleet of luxury vehicles.
Airport trips on the Uber app have more than quadrupled since travel restrictions were first lifted in May, with numbers increasing month-on-month despite summer holidays being over for schools.
Sixt co-chief executive, Alexander Sixt, has announced a collaboration with Intel to begin offering autonomous ride-hailing services in Munich next year.