VW Electric Minibus Unveiled to Take-On Uber in App-Based Rides: – Seems like the competition, is going to rise for Uber Company. Reports are coming that Volkswagen AG’s Moia division unveiled a six-seater, battery-powered minibus to enter the market of app-based ride-hailing and car-pooling, taking on the likes of Uber Technologies Inc. Reports are coming that this new model is going to make you all amazed for sure. Also, this news is going to be the disappointed for Uber company. Some reports are saying that after that, Uber is going to be in lose for sure.
As you all may know that the modified van will begin roaming the streets of Hamburg in the second half of next year, although Moia aims to roll out the service internationally, Ole Harms, chief executive of the division, said on Monday at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in Berlin. He expects services using Moia minibusses to replace 1 million cars across European and U.S. cities by 2025. If this is true then you all are going to be amazed because currently, Uber is running biggest car network around the world.
Even the officials said that “We want to offer solutions for traffic problems such as congestion, air pollution, noise and lack of space,” The Hamburg service will start out with 200 vehicles, and scale up to about 1,000 in the following years, he said. Moia will hire drivers, as well as sell the service to fleet operators as well as municipalities. We are sure that you all are going to love this phone and the features of this amazing phone. By contrast, German rival Daimler AG founded its car-sharing service Car2Go in 2008 and has since added public-transit and cab-hailing apps. Volvo to Launch BS-VI Cars in India till 2020
The world’s largest automaker added Moia a year ago as its 13th brand alongside nameplates like Audi, Porsche, and Skoda to expand beyond its main business of producing and selling vehicles and generate new sources of revenue. The foray is part of a broader overhaul to become agiler and prepare for a fundamental industry shift toward battery-powered cars with new digital features.