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Connected Shared Mobility Lynk & Co Announces European Launch Plans

Connected Shared Mobility Lynk & Co Announces European Launch Plans urban mobility

GOTHENBURG, Sweden, March 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Lynk & Co, the global connected and shareable mobility brand, confirms its home territories roll-out with a series of announcements across Europe this week. In Amsterdam, the third model in Lynk & Co’s stunning line-up of cars – 02 – was revealed at an urban adventures themed launch party in the Netherlands’ capital. In Ghent,

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PSA Group launches Shared Mobility sub-brand

Peugeot Citroen PSA Group has launched a new brand Free2Move to focus specifically on sustainable, smart, safe and shared mobility solutions The PSA Group has today launched its new Free2Move sub-brand designed to offer fresh mobility solutions for today’s ever-changing society. PSA Chairman of the Managing Board Carlos Tavares announced the launch of Free2Move on the eve of this year’s

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Let’s Ride-Share a Bus!

It was only a matter of time before the same forces that brought competition to the taxi industry turned their attention to the bus business. Startups like Skedaddle want to do for ride-sharing across America. Launched by a clutch of east coast entrepreneurs led by Adam Nestler, his brother Craig, Brad Werntz and Lou Harlow, Skedaddle began two years ago

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Smart Cars and the Mobility Ecosystem

Business leaders across industries are increasingly recognizing that the computerization of cars will greatly influence the future of mobility. At the highest level, the emergence of cars-turned-computers will enable two critical trends likely to shape the mobility ecosystem in the coming years. The first trend is the rise of shared, rather than personally owned, vehicles. Fast-growing ride-sharing and car-sharing service

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SELF-Driving Car Fleets Won’t Destroy The Auto Industry, But Here’s How Much They Could Hurt

General Motors GM Chief Executive Mary Barra likes to say the auto industry will change more in the next five to 10 years than it has in the past 50 years. That’s exciting, but also risky for traditional automakers, who are trying to adapt to the growing popularity of car-sharing services like Uber and Lyft, and the rapid advance of

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