Vulog and Groupe Renault will begin building electric vehicles ready for car sharing services, under a new partnership.
A new agreement between the businesses enables Renault to install Vulog’s car sharing hardware directly on its assembly line for the Renault Zoe, providing for the seamless and instant integration to current and future car sharing schemes.
By the end of 2019, more than 2,500 Renault Zoes will be equipped with Vulog’s car sharing technology.
Gregory Ducongé, CEO of Vulog, said: “Our customers will now be able to order fleets of Renault Zoes pre-equipped with our technology, helping to further simplify the launch of car-sharing services for mobility operators, and encouraging the growth of greener, more economical mobility in our cities. And this is just the first step in our collaboration: we are working to integrate our technology into Groupe Renault’s full range of electric vehicles.”
The partnership will facilitate the deployment of large fleets of sharing-ready cars as a turnkey solution, with Vulog’s technology incorporating a suite of electric fleet management features. The company expects that the collaboration will add significantly to the 15 million trips it powered globally in the last year. These pre-equipped Renault Zoe fleets will be added to an existing footprint of over 25 services worldwide that already use Vulog’s technology.