New mobility offers for all needs
Car sharing, ride-hailing, short-term rental: Groupe Renault’s various mobility services in Europe cover a wide range of uses. They can be adapted to all user needs and help shape the mobility of tomorrow.
Moov’in.Paris, Zity, Marcel, and Fetch are a few examples of the shared mobility services operated by the Groupe Renault and its partners in Europe. The aim is to offer users practical, innovative and responsible shared solutions for their trips in the city. These offers are adapted to users’ needs, whether they are punctual or regular and cover several types of usage.
To drive or to be driven
Starting with free floating electric car-sharing: thanks to an app, you can book a vehicle that you drive yourself, for a defined period of time or for the duration of a journey. This is what Moov’In.Paris in Paris and Zity in Madrid offer, for example, each with a fleet of Renault ZOE.
Another use – once the preserve of taxis alone – is on-demand transport -or ride-hailing. Today, there are many applications for ordering a car with driver (VTC), for a personal or professional trip. Marcel, operating on behalf of Groupe Renault through its subsidiary RCI Bank & Services, has chosen responsible transport with its e.co service: fleet of 100% electric vehicles (Renault ZOEs there too), attractive conditions for customers – from 5 euros per trip – and for drivers.
100% electric mobility soon
Groupe Renault has also developed short-term rental services such as Renault Mobility to enable economic operators to make it easier for their customers to travel. This is the case of IKEA, which offers a self-service car rental service in its stores to enable customers to easily bring home the furniture they have just purchased. The fleet currently composed of Trafic, Kangoo, Kangoo Z.E., ZOE will evolve to make way for a 100% electric fleet by 2020.
Groupe Renault’s credo in developing its shared services is to develop responsible mobility for all. Not to mention preparing the mobility of tomorrow. This is the meaning of experiments with autonomous shared services, such as the one carried out on open roads as part of the Rouen Normandy Autonomous Lab, a European first for which Groupe Renault is once again a true pioneer.