In August 2020, Vincent Bolloré had to end his Bluely car-sharing service in Lyon, offered with his own electric vehicles and launched for 7 years. This blatant failure does not discourage other operators. Vulog, a Nice company created in 2007, is launching its own service in Lyon under the Leo&Go brand. It provides 300 vehicles, Toyota Yaris and Peugeot e-208. This is a first for this company, which designs software and an AiMA (Artificial Intelligence Mobility Applied) car-sharing technology platform, which it usually markets under a white label to third-party operators. A demonstrator to improve the customer experience The Leo&Go service is presented as a demonstrator by Vulog and should subsequently improve the customer experience. “Leo&Go was created to respond to the city of Lyon and will not expand into other cities in France” presents Grégory Ducongé, CEO of Vulog.

Registration for the service is done through the mobile application To register for the service, everything happens on the dedicated mobile application. The items to be submitted for opening an account are a selfie, copies of ID and driver’s license. Once these elements have been transmitted and verified, we select the car of our choice for access. On the price side, the unlocking of the vehicle is set at € 1. Pricing is then scheduled by the minute, hour or day. Per minute, the cost is 30 euro cents. The mileage is unlimited, which equates to a quick run around town. By the hour, the price is € 12 with an included mileage of 50 km, for example for shopping on the outskirts. For longer journeys over two days, the price is € 99 with an included mileage of 100 km, intended for walking with family or friends.

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