A growing number of automakers are getting into the car-sharing game, with Volkswagen the latest to give it a whirl.
The German company first made mention of its WeShare service a year ago, and finally got around to launching it this week, in Berlin.
WeShare is similar to services like Car2go, Zipcar, and Maven, but it’s hoping to stand out from its rivals by becoming the first to offer a fleet made up entirely of electric vehicles.
Specifically, the service has launched with 1,500 e-Golf cars, followed by 500 e-up! vehicles at the beginning of 2020. The company’s new fully electric ID.3…