Car Sharing

Our Future

The future of the automotive industry is taking shape: it’s clean, cheap and shared. It not only reflects the challenges looming over the conventional car, rather also over entire cities. It is expected that 60% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2030, compared to 50% today. Still, even today, all major cities face challenges such as noise, pollution and traffic congestion. GreenMobility enhances the infrastructure of a city. We provide positive solutions to some of these challenges by being 100% electric and shared among many people, reducing per-capita CO2 emissions.

Global Megatrends

GreenMobility taps into global megatrends and is enhanced by trust in modern technology. Urbanisation, Sustainability, Sharing Economy and the Internet of Things are among the trends we focus on in our business. Frost & Sullivan Consulting estimates the market for mobility services to have a value of more than $1 trillion by 2025.

Mobility on Demand

The market for cars on-demand is growing rapidly and, with swift technological development, it is expected to be the predominant mode of transportation in the future; with electric vehicles at the core.

The future offers many possibilities within mobility: autonomous cars, robo-taxis, smart grid opportunities, hyperloops and flying cars. All with sharing and electricity at their core!

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Users are moving from ownership to access. They are looking for sustainable transportation solutions and desire to be multimodal. In short, they are changing transportation behaviour!

Sharing cars and rides will ease commuting and free up time for a wealthier and healthier tomorrow.

We Have Saved Nearly 1,500 Tons of CO2

In 2030, there will be 8.6 billion people on our planet; of which 5bn will live in the cities. Urban cities account for 80% of greenhouse gas emissions globally. By 2030 we will also see a 20% increase in CO2 emissions. Transportation alone, accounts for more than 24% of the EU CO2-split, and is expected to increase drastically in the coming years.

Since 2016, we have reduced CO2 emissions by nearly 1,500 tons. It is important to take a stand and help transform our world for a healthier tomorrow.