Customers can rent cars, scooters, and motorcycles through a mobile app or online for a short- or long-term rental. T - Photo via Depositphotos. 

Customers can rent cars, scooters, and motorcycles through a mobile app or online for a short- or long-term rental. T

Photo via Depositphotos

Indian carsharing app Drivezy is launching in New Delhi with a fleet of 50 vehicles, BW Disrupt reports.

Customers can rent cars, scooters, and motorcycles through a mobile app or online for a short- or long-term rental. The company already plans to increase its fleet to 200 vehicles within the next few months. 

Drivezy claims to have 1.5 million users in 11 cities with a total fleet of 8,000 vehicles. The company recently raised $200 million in Series B funding in November.  

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