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Hamburg to launch electric carsharing

Andrew Bates spoke with Thomas Beermann, CEO, car2go Europe, about the benefits of carsharing and how autonomous fleets could transform the future of urban mobility
Thomas Beermann, CEO, car2go Europe
Photo: Daimler

How did the concept for car2go come about and has its success surprised you?

The success is not surprising for us. New mobility is a main topic in todays’ society. Our concept combines sustainable and modern lifestyle with the need for simple and cost-saving urban mobility. We really improve the quality of life in cities: Our free-floating carsharing reduces traffic and helps to improve air pollution.

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