Amber Mobility is working on electric cars that will set a new standard on the road for just $37 a week.
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Not everyone owns cars these days. Car ownership, eventually, is dying. With services like Uber, car rentals are the trend.
According to a new report published by the University of Michigan, the percentage of 19-year-olds owning a driver's license since the year 1983 has declined by 69% - a significant number. The decline has also been seen in people belonging to the older age groups. This indicates an apparent shift if the car ownership trend over the years.
A start-up based in Netherlands called Amber Mobility is hoping to seize this pattern with another ride-sharing administration.
The company will discharge a model of the car, named Amber One, in the year 2017. The production of the car will start in the year 2018, with the car will be seen running in the streets of Eidenhoven before making it to other countries.
Talking of its capacity, the electric car is supposed to have a range of about 250 miles on a full charge, which is significantly high for an electric car. Golden Mobility is likewise guaranteeing it will achieve a top velocity of 93 mph and brag an increasing speed time of zero to 60 mph in 7 seconds.
Amber Mobility is making it clear you can't buy the car through and through. The Amber One will be offered in a mutual membership administration you can sign onto for $37 a week. Considering that would come up to $1,924 for a whole year, it does not look like a terrible offer. Also, it comes with the satisfaction to not contributing to polluting the environment.
Golden Mobility is also looking forward to building semi-self-governing components into the car. The start-up cases the car will include a secluded outline which will add upgrade convenience to it all through its lifespan.