Groupe PSA will launch an electric car-sharing scheme in Paris under the Free2Move brand during the final quarter of 2018.
The program will allow drivers to pick up an electric vehicle at one location and leave it elsewhere in the city, the automaker said. The fleet will initially include 500 Peugeot and Citroën electric vehicles.
The challenge will be to offer the best customer experience thanks to a sustainable solution.
This new Free2Move Paris offer is part of the deployment of the Push to Pass strategic plan presented in April 2016 which aims to make Groupe PSA known as the preferred mobility provider.
The Free2Move mobility brand launched in 2016, counts today more than 1 million customers worldwide with a fleet of 65,000 vehicles deployed in more than 10 countries.
Thanks to its experience in carsharing services deployed in different cities, including emov service in Madrid with more than 180,000 users, Groupe PSA aims to become a main player for sustainable mobility.
At this occasion, Brigitte Courtehoux, Member of the Executive Committee of Groupe PSA and Director of Mobility and Connectivity Services states: “After the launch of Free2Move App, we are providing Parisians with our know-how in urban mobility. It means a sustainable and high quality of electric car-sharing service. This is possible thanks to the good collaboration we have established with the Paris City Hall. ”