Hertz announced a plan to buy 65000 electric vehicles from polestar over five years, American based company.
Hertz Corporation, an American car rental company announced a plan to buy up to 65,000 electric vehicles companies from Swedish automaker company Polestar and its sub-brand of Volvo, a Chinese parently brand Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co.
“Hertz and Polestar, the Swedish premium electric performance car maker, today announced a new global partnership that includes purchasing up to 65,000 electric vehicles (EVs) over five years. Availability is expected to begin in Spring 2022 in Europe and late 2022 in North America and Australia.”
Today,4 April, Hertz’s Ceo announced plans to purchase 65,000 electric vehicles over five years.
“We are excited to partner with Polestar and look forward to introducing their premium EV products into our retail and rideshare fleets. Today’s partnership with Polestar further builds on our ambition to become a leading participant in the modern mobility ecosystem and do so as an environmentally-forward company. By working with EV industry leaders like Polestar, we can help accelerate the adoption of electrification while providing renters, corporate customers, and rideshare partners a premium EV product, exceptional experience, and lower carbon footprint.”, Hertz CEO, Stephen Scherr.
This announcement is a similar move by Hertz to buy 100,000 Tesla Electric cars, in the last year 2021 and the brand also made an agreement with uber to its drivers access to the Tesa Vehicles, also 50,000 Tesla vehicles will be offered to uber drivers.
Hertz car rental company is growing day by day all over the world, first Hertz purchase Polestar 2 but Hertz also has the plan to purchase other Polestar EVs in the upcoming years.
“Polestar is committed to accelerating the move to electric mobility with a fascinating and innovative product portfolio. We are delighted that Hertz has chosen Polestar as a strategic partner on their road to electrification. The partnership with a global pioneer like Hertz will bring the amazing experience of driving an electric car to a wider audience, satisfying a broad variety of our mutual customers’ short- and longer-term mobility requirements. For many of them, it may be the first time they have driven an EV, and it will be a Polestar.”, announced by CEO Polestar, Thomas Ingenlath on today.