BMW is constantly innovating. From the BMW electric car to their new mobility programs, they’re always looking for ways to improve their brand as well as their appeal to people across the globe. One of their newest programs – the DriveNow Car Sharing program – may soon appear in Seattle for a test run.
Right now, the DriveNow program is available in six European countries. It works similar to Car2Go in which users can rent cars when they need them. New BMW cars are used for the program, designed specifically for DriveNow, which has a motto of, “pick up anywhere, drop off anywhere.” The billing includes charges for parking in public car parks, fuel costs, and is per minute. The DriveNow program can be accessed via app, website, or just on the street.
The BMW electric car is an important part of the program. Because they’ll be used specifically in cities, it makes sense that there will be no need for gas to get from Point A to Point B. Likewise, it also gives folks a chance to drive a BMW electric car for the first time – and who knows? Maybe that will lead to more people obtaining them in the future. Likewise, the program can also help cut down on emissions simply by giving people the option to get where they need to go in a car that doesn’t use gasoline.
But until the program goes to more cities, here in Florida at Braman BMW, you may simply want to look at the BMW lease deals on the BMW i3 or i8 for electric options. Keeping the planet healthy while you drive feels great – and driving an expertly built BMW is pretty grand as well.
Check out Braman’s BMW lease deals on the website, or simply visit in person and ask about the BMW i3 or i8. You can utilize many options with these cars right on your phone and much more. If you can’t participate in the DriveNow program, you might as well do what you can to make the world a better place, one BMW at a time.