EV Mobility adds 3 more states to subscription platform


In July, Autonomy finalized a partnership with EV Mobility, which provides electric vehicles on demand 24/7 as an amenity to luxury hotels as well as at multifamily apartment buildings and other commercial properties.

While that Autonomy partnership focused on California, EV Mobility announced on Tuesday it recently expanded into properties in Florida, Washington and Nevada.

EV Mobility initially launched its services in Los Angeles, San Diego, and the Bay Area. The expansion enables EV Mobility to start to build its national footprint and support its continued growth, aligning with property owner and consumer demand.

In Florida, the expansion includes hotels in Stuart, Fort Lauderdale, and Palm Beach Gardens.

In Washington, the expansion includes the tallest residential building in Seattle, the Modern.

In Las Vegas, the company has deployed EVs at the English Hotel and will deploy at three additional hotels in the upcoming weeks.

As the multi-family apartment and hotel industry are starting to see the benefits of having EV Mobility as an amenity, the company said through a news release that it is experiencing ever increasing demand for its services.

Through partnerships with different property owner groups, EV Mobility said it will continue to expand strategically in cities across the country.

“The decision to expand our presence nationally was a logical next step in our business growth strategy,” EV Mobility chief executive officer Ramy El-Batrawi said.

“In every city and area we expand in, we will deploy enough properties to create density and have a real presence,” El-Batrawi continued. “We are a technology-driven platform allowing us to scale rapidly and cost effectively.”

Source : AutoFinanceNews