BMW Launches ReachNow Carsharing Service in China

Photo courtesy of BMW Group
Photo courtesy of BMW Group

The BMW Group has launched its new electric carsharing service, “ReachNow Powered By EVCARD” in Chengdu, China, according to an article by BMWBlog.

The partnership with EVCARD, a Shanghai-based electric carsharing company under Global Car-Sharing & Rental Co. Ltd., will bring 25 stations throughout residential and commercial areas in Chengdu.

The debut of ReachNow in Asia marks the BMW Group’s first mobility service offering in the Chinese market, according to the article.

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