Cabify will deploy 100 Polestar electric cars in Madrid and Barcelona

This move is in line with the company’s philosophy of promoting the shift towards electric mobility.

Cabify and Polestar have just announced a major agreement that will impact the passenger transport sector in the Spanish cities of Madrid and Barcelona, ​​helping to decarbonize the car rental with driver (VTC) sector in both cities. The collaboration will include the introduction of Fleet of 100 electric vehicles in totaldistributed evenly between Spain’s two largest cities. All 100 of these units will be compatible with the same model from the Swedish manufacturer: Polestar 2 Long Range Single Motor Plus.

The recently updated Polestar 2 offers a range of Up to 655 km in urban useOn the streets of Barcelona and Madrid, the vehicles will be operated by Vector, a subsidiary of the Cabify group. In return, the project’s leaders estimate that this acquisition will save more than half a million liters of fuel and avoid 800 tons of CO2 emissions. Some figures obtained by comparing with similar models with a combustion engine.

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The agreement reached between the two companies will not only affect Cabify’s fleet of passenger transport vehicles in the two most important cities in Spain. In addition, it will also allow companies and freelancers who collaborate with Cabify in Madrid or Barcelona Polestar cars can be purchased at below market price..

In this sense, Javier Dorado, Public Affairs Director of Cabify in Spain, confirmed that with the acquisition of these new 100% electric cars, Cabify’s commitment to Madrid and Barcelona reaffirmedAnd promote more efficient and environmentally friendly urban mobility in both cities.

Likewise, he also emphasized that these types of agreements are very important for the company he represents, as they help to clarify its products, as well as contribute to achieving the company’s main goal, which is Promote and accelerate the transition to 100% electric mobility.

Cabify continues to grow and expand markets

The last relevant news that reached our ears about Cabify occurred at the end of last year, when the company announced raising around 100 million euros that will be allocated to expanding the company to new cities in Latin America and Spain.

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Finally, it should be noted that although Madrid was not a new market for the company, this agreement announced now is in line with the company’s previously stated goal of 1,400 electric cars to be deployed in Spain in the coming years.

Cabify claims to currently have over 50 million registered users, 1.5 million connected drivers and over a thousand employees globally.

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