California-based Autonomy launched an EV subscription service with Tesla autos, however now it is increasing—massively.
Autonomy on Tuesday introduced a $1.2 billion fleet order for 45 EV fashions from 17 automakers. Totaling 23,000 autos, the order represents 1.2% of projected United States EV manufacturing by means of the top of 2023, the corporate mentioned in a press launch, including that the order “was designed to suit into the forecast manufacturing envelopes of every automaker.”
Autonomy locations $1.2 billion order for EV subscription service
Automakers included within the order are: BMW, Canoo, Fisker, Ford, Normal Motors, Hyundai, Kia, Lucid, Mercedes-Benz, Polestar, Rivian, Stellantis, Subaru, Tesla, Toyota, VinFast, Volvo, and Volkswagen.
Anticipated to be delivered within the subsequent six to 18 months, the fashions included within the order may have MSRPs starting from $26,595 to $122,440 and have some type of telematics connectivity, in response to Autonomy. The corporate mentioned it additionally focused a minimal 250 miles of vary, however made some exceptions.
Autonomy additionally famous that residual worth was a precedence within the order. That seems to be the motivation behind Tesla ending the potential for buying autos after lease.
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The corporate earlier this yr rolled out its subscription servicein California with the Tesla Mannequin 3. It simply added the Tesla Mannequin Y to its fleet, however as of but it stays a California-only providing.
Autonomy is re-upping with Tesla, in addition to turning to a mixture of legacy automakers and newer startups like Canoo, Lucid, Polestar, and Rivian. Among the corporations listed—Canoo, Fisker, and VinFast—have not truly delivered any autos within the U.S. but.
Canoo itself began beneath a subscription plan—with California first. Sounds acquainted, proper?