Stellantis’ Free2Move subsidiary has signed a deal to buy the car-sharing company Share Now from Mercedes and BMW. Buying the three year old company will add 14 European cities and 10,000 vehicles—albeit ones made by competitors—to Free2Move’s 2,500-car fleet.
The move is part of Stellantis’ “Dare Forward 2030” strategy, which has a goal of earning a €2.8 billion annual profit by 2030. Free2Move recently announced its purchase of Opel Rent, which is focused on Germany and Austria, as well; Opel Rent is being transitioned from rentals to “mobility.”
Free2Move operates in Paris, Madrid, and several cities across the United States.