Now available since June 2019 in Berlin, where it has 1,500 e-Golf units and 50,000 registered customers, Prague and Hamburg (Germany) will be the first cities where WeShare will disembark this year, which will be followed by Paris, Madrid, Budapest, Munich (Germany) and Milan (Italy).
At the end of 2015, car2go (now ShareNow) landed in Madrid, the first electric car-sharing service in the city, which arrived to start a revolution in terms of mobility.
"We are convinced that the sharing of fully electric vehicles will be a significant transition element in the field of sustainable and shared mobility for a considerable time on the road to autonomous transport systems," said the CEO of WeShare, Philipp Reth
This spring the service will be active in Prague and Hamburg, and then we can see it in Madrid, Paris, Budapest, Munich, and Milan.
In all these cities, WeShare will offer a fully electric fleet consisting of some 8,400 electric cars. In the case of Madrid, the vehicles that will be available will include e-Golf and e-Up, and by the end of the year, we can also enjoy the Volkswagen ID.3.