Volkswagen Europe to provide car rental services for the users of electric vehicles
According to U.S. media reported on leftlanenews1 4, in order to quell market anxiety, Volkswagen has announced that each year to provide more than 30 days of e-up users, the service of the traditional gasoline car rental. E-up users will be eligible to rent a series of all entry-level models and small trucks between the models. The public has not confirmed this statement, but reportedly Touareg, Phaeton and business models will not be included in this project.
The owner can participate in the activities of the part of the dealer and car rental agencies in the car to any choice of gasoline powered vehicles. This will be conducive to the sale of electric vehicles, this service is not entirely free, but the public's commitment to the headquarters of this service will be cheaper than renting a car. Currently, this service is only for European buyers. Volkswagen has not yet announced the U.S. Department of its brand e-Golf will also provide such services.Nissan is the first to put forward the idea that, like the use of electric vehicles to provide users with gasoline as the fuel of the car, they will this project named The Distance Go".
The Nissan users in a year can have dozens of days free with Nissan and other non electric cars. Similar to that, BMW I3 buyers, you can ask their dealers free loan a non electric vehicle. Volkswagen's first electric car - e-up, in last year's Frankfurt auto show debut. E-up is the first mass production of electric vehicles. It is equipped with a power output of 80 HP electric motor, lithium ion battery is installed on the bottom of this car. In an ideal environment, the battery can be used for 93 miles (about 149.66 km). E-up plans to be listed in Europe in the next few weeks.