Here's what else is happening in the green car world.
The Geely-owned company uses Volvo architecture.
The new extended-rental program is called Maven Reserve.
On-demand EV vans help businesses operate and Parisians breathe.
Think Turo, only facilitated by Mercedes-Benz.
Los Angeles will be the first city serviced by Groupe PSA's new ride-sharing division.
Want a Zipcar for just a few miles? It's possible in some test markets in the US.
Each carmaker is looking for a suitable ridesharing companion, it seems.
Jaguar Land Rover is launching a new business called InMotion to focus on future mobility, including carsharing and on-demand delivery.
A Deutsche Bank study predicts that the transition towards greater ridesharing could actually increase auto sales because cars would be on the road more. Therefore, they would accrue miles faster and need to be replaced more often.
Hyundai is working on more than the Ioniq triplets for its future mobility projects. How 'bout a single-seat EV and an electric scooter?
Zipcar will expand one-way carsharing offerings, make reservations more flexible.
General Motors unveiled its car-sharing brand.
We pay a visit to Indianapolis to learn more about the BlueIndy carsharing service. It offers all-electric BlueCars to the public for by-the-minute drives.
California funds $1.6 million to Los Angeles for low-income plug-in vehicle carsharing program.
The US Labor Department is taking up the question of whether or not people who drive for companies like Uber and Lyft are contract workers or not.