Amsterdam: Groupe Renault continues its expansion of shared mobility in major European cities
By partnering with the European Lease Company to launch the Fetch Car Sharing service based on ZOEs in Amsterdam, Groupe Renault is adding a new string to its bow in the field of shared and electric mobility. The economic and cultural capital of the Netherlands joins many other major European cities where a fleet of more than 100 vehicles is available.
Groupe Renault is present across European capitals including Paris, Madrid, Rome, Vienna, Brussels, Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Prague, and Warsaw with a shared and electric mobility service of more than 100 vehicles. Our role in these cities is either as an operator or co-operator in the case of Moov’in.Paris in Paris, Zity in Madrid, Green Mobility in Oslo and Copenhagen, or as a partner of an operator, supplying the vehicles and associated maintenance and support services.
This is the second scheme that was adopted in Amsterdam for the Fetch Car Sharing service operated since January 10th by ELC (European Lease Company). For its arrival in the economic and cultural capital of the Netherlands, Groupe Renault will provide 200 ZOEs, 100 of which are for immediate commissioning, but also the vehicle’s connectivity system, identical to the one used in Madrid for the Zity service.
More than 5,000 electric vehicles at your disposal
Following Amsterdam, the Fetch Car Sharing will expand in 2019 and 2020 to other Dutch cities such as The Hague, Eindhoven and Utrecht where Groupe Renault is already present with 60 ZOE, as part of the We Drive Solar service.
With this new Fetch Car Sharing service, more than 5,000 Renault electric vehicles are now available to users of car-sharing services in Europe. A figure that reflects the brand’s position as the market leader in Europe: 1 in 4 electric vehicles sold in Europe is a Renault, whether passenger cars (ZOE, Twizy) or commercial vehicles (Kangoo Z.E., Master Z.E.).