The advent of electric vehicle manufacturers seeking to remove the assembly line in favor of high-automation microfactories is partnering with Uber to create an EV for ride-eel drivers. The arrival is expected to release the final vehicle design before the end of the year and start production in the third quarter of 2023.
Uber is trying to reach London by 2025 and by 2030 and 2040 in North America and Europe, with the promise of becoming a full-year electric mobility platform. The company recently launched Uber Green, which gives passengers the opportunity to choose an EV at no extra cost and give drivers the opportunity to pay lower service fees, part of the E $800 million EV initiative to get more drivers on the EV. To reach the goal of doubling the number of EV drivers by the end of 2021, Uber is encouraging drivers to buy new cars or to help finance them.
Incoming cars may be among the recommended Uber drivers who want to switch to electronic, especially London drivers who are eligible for “EV assistance” through the company’s Clean Air plan launched in 2018, but an Uber spokesman declined to say how incoming cars will be made available. Make sure. Last September, Uber partnered with General Motors in a similar deal to offer drivers in the US and Canada a discount on the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt. Jamie Heywood, Uber’s regional general manager for Northern and Eastern Europe said in a statement, ” Uber is committed to helping every pilot in London become an EV by 2025 and has raised more than £135 million to support this ambition for our Clean Air plan.”
“Our focus now is on encouraging drivers to use this money to promote electric vehicles, and our partnership with Advent will help us achieve this goal.” London, where it arrives, has its entire transportation system set to have zero emissions by 2050 and will create a zero emissions zone between central London and the city center by 2025, expand to inner London by 2040 and city-wide by 2050.
If Uber drivers want to be able to work in the warmest areas of the city, they will have no choice but to use electricity. The advent of a partnership with Uber was the first to promote the development of electric cars. Since the arrival focuses on commercial space rather than commercial sales, its existing car models vans and buses. The British EV company has already received an order from UPS for 10,000 purpose vehicles.