With the integration of these new plug-in hybrid models to the 100% sustainable fleet of the Peugeot e-208 and Citroën Ami, the brand continues its focus on reducing pollutant gas emissions. - Source: Free2move

With the integration of these new plug-in hybrid models to the 100% sustainable fleet of the Peugeot e-208 and Citroën Ami, the brand continues its focus on reducing pollutant gas emissions.

Source: Free2move

Mobility solutions provider Free2move announced in a statement the arrival of 150 plug-in hybrid Jeep (Renegade Trailhawk and Compass Limited) vehicles in its mobility hub fleet, completing the fleet of about 700 cars in the city of Madrid. The Jeep vehicles will be available for rentals by the minute, hour, day, or month. 

According to the statement, to simplify the mobility of its users through the company's app, Free2move has designed a service model, called the Mobility Hub. This solution allows customers to take a car for a few minutes or a few hours, and if they wish to keep the same vehicle for longer, they can without changing the contract, and pricing will adjust automatically. Maintenance, assistance, and insurance are included in all modes, and the carsharing service also includes energy and fuel.

Free2move Mobility Hub allows the driver to choose automatically how long he/she wants to keep the car. With the help of the feature Car Assist, the app selects the right service according to the customer’s needs: up to 28 days with the carsharing and rent solution and up to 24 months with the Free2move subscription service.

The service area includes the centre of Madrid, as well as Las Tablas, Sanchinarro, Hortaleza, Moratalaz, Montecarmelo, Ventas, Pueblo Nuevo, and Alcobendas. In addition to the Madrid fleet, Free2move customers have access through the app, to about 450,000 vehicles in 170 countries for daily rental and monthly subscription. 

This reinforcement of the fleet with PHEV cars is aligned with the Stellantis Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan, which aims to lower the company’s carbon footprint by 50% by 2030.

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