Invygo, an auto subscription platform and mobile app based out of the UAE, recently signed into two new partnerships to add new vehicles onto its platform for consumers.
The company announced that it has entered into a partnership with Al Tayer Motors which will add cars from auto brands like Maserati, Ford, Lincoln, and Range Rover onto the platform along with a partnership with Diamondlease/Al Habtoor Motors to add Mitsubishi models to the platform.
By adding models from Mitsubishi and Ford will add much needed economic cars onto the Invygo platform as well as the very first luxury cars.
There will also be a new set of SUVs which will allow consumers to have more choices based on what they need during each month. Consumers can choose to upgrade to a larger or luxury vehicle whenever they choose.
The app aims to add a new range of luxury and sports vehicles to its platform soon.
“We’re always trying to do things differently to bring the best automotive experiences to the people of the UAE. Through our partnership with Al Tayer and Diamondlease/ Al Habtoor we now have an even greater range of vehicles from budget to premium. Customers can enjoy the luxury of a sports car one month and the affordability and quality of a crossover the next, all through an app,” said co-founder and CEO Eslam Hussein. “Our business has grown steadily in the UAE since we started operations in April 2019. We’ve been able to offer more than 2600 cars, from 9 brands to our customers here to date and with the significant funding we’ve received recently, we’re working towards expanding Invygo to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and other GCC countries.”
Car subscription platforms have been growing in popularity within the market. Carasti is another platform with a smaller vehicle selection but touts its wider pricing range and mileage restrictions. Selfdrive and Ejarcar are website-based platforms that offer daily subscription models and PayPerKey offers long-term auto leases.
These platforms aim to offer services without the traditional ownership commitments and remove the issues with purchasing and maintaining cars.
Consumers pay a monthly fee and can either pause, cancel, or upgrade their subscription after the first month of use. Invygo hopes to attract customers who want easy access to cars instead of usual ownership or leasing choices.