Trying to offload vast stocks of pre sold cars before they become a really visible accounting problem? The economics of car sharing are well known, and from what I have seen in London, pretty catastrophic. I was working in sight of a car share spot - rarely used, they can't have been covering the depreciation let alone making money.
Real driverless is 2 decades away. At least. If it can't legally take you home from the pub, it's not driverless.
It's a short term city car rental scheme. They have one in Paris I believe. I was talking to a Paris based colleague about it and it was not well thought out. The cars were left in such a state that nobody wanted to rent them (old food and mess left all over the place).
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