Bolloré to launch US's largest EV-sharing service in Indianapolis
The scheme in Indianapolis will replicate Bolloré’s Autolib EV-sharing service in Ile-de-France and the Bluely and Bluecub services in Lyon and Bordeaux, with a fleet of 500 electric vehicles, 200 rental stations and 1,000 charging points.
Named BlueIndy, it marks the first time Bolloré, which is responsible for the Source London charging point network, will export its electric vehicle sharing service outside its home market of France.
Group chairman, Vincent Bolloré, said: ‘The Bolloré Group is proud to provide 's Indianapolis , one of the most prestigious cities in the history of motor sport, its unique expertise in the management system car-sharing electric vehicles and thus to contribute to the energy transition, dear to Mayor Greg Ballard.
‘Now, locals and visitors' s Indianapolis can move without owning a car and without emitting gases or particulate pollutants.’