Renault and Ferrovial unveil Zity, a car-sharing service that starts operating today in Madrid. Enter direct competition with Emov and Car2Go.
Zity, the car-sharing service promoted by Renault and Ferrovial, starts its operations in Madrid.
The initial fleet of vehicles will be 380 vehicles, model Renault Zoe Z.E. 40. Over the next few weeks, the fleet will continue to grow until reaching the 500 units initially announced. These vehicles have an estimated range of 400 kilometers.
The service will have a rate of 0.21 euros per minute. Those who want to hire one of the vehicles for 24 hours will be able to benefit from a closed rate of 55 euros. A standby fee of 0.07 euros per minute will also be offered.
Zity will face Car2Go and Emov in Madrid, two carsharing platforms powered by Daimler and the PSA group, respectively. The first one has a fleet of 500 models and 123,000 users. The second one boasts slightly higher figures: 600 vehicles and 160,000 registered users.
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