BMW i3 Coming to Copenhagen under the Share Program DriveNow

BMW i3 Coming to Copenhagen under the Share Program DriveNow -

After the success of the i3 implementation in DriveNow fleets in Germany, United Kingdom and the United States US, BMW has recently announced that the company will add 400 more in its i3 electric car DriveNow service that will operate in line with the Copenhagen infrastructure setting from September 2015.

BMWi said sharing car with electric vehicles is an important step in the initial access opening practice for electric mobility to the general public. With this published statement, he showed BMW's support to reduce traffic and emissions to improve the quality of life of the city through accessible electric vehicles and car sharing. BMW i3 was chosen because it is the first car to implement intermodal routing feature in which public transport services are included in the route guidance of the navigation system. Carpooling can also be considered as a great way to introduce electric vehicles to many more people.

Dr. Bernhard Blattel, head of BMW Group Mobility Services said that in Copenhagen they have already seen the future of mobility. It is at the request of the instrumented, interconnected, quiet electric. They were happy to be able to present the capabilities of the BMW i3 and expertise in mobility concepts future-oriented in the Danish capital.

Blattel added further that BMW i3 and British Arriva PLC, the biggest Copenhagen bus operator were not rivals but BMW provided to cooperate with public transport providers to further develop mobility urban in a customer-oriented and sustainable way.

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