Zoomcar Adds 50 Vehicles to Carsharing Fleet

Zoomcar, a carsharing company in India, has added 50 Tato Nano vehicles to its fleet. Photo via Wikimedia.
Zoomcar, a carsharing company in India, has added 50 Tato Nano vehicles to its fleet. Photo via Wikimedia.

Zoomcar, an India-based carsharing company, has partnered with Tata Motors to add 50 new Nano vehicles to its fleet, according to a report by the Times of India.

To start, the Nano vehicles will be available at Zoomcar’s locations in Pune and Bangalore.

“We chose Nano primarily because it is a tremendous city car that is incredibly maneuverable in Indian traffic conditions,” Greg Moran, co-founder of Zoomcar told the Times. “We also expect demand with these cars owing to the convenience of easy parking as a result of its design.”

Currently, Zoomcar has over 700 cars ranging from utility vehicles to luxury vehicles at its operations in Delhi, Pune and Bangalore, says the report.

Click here for the full Times of India report: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/Zoomcar-adds-50-Nanos-to-its-fleet-of-self-drive-cars/articleshow/46494597.cms

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