Changing mobility models could affect motor finance
Uber is set to ramp up its clean credentials in London with a rollout of fully electric vehicles by 2025, but it’s going to mean higher costs for customers. We cover the change in model for the mobility provider here.
We also look at the lesser known big players in the EV industry.
In this issue we also take a good look at what it means to be a subscription model provider and how it could be on a collision course with mobility providers.
The EU has addressed concerns that it is falling behind in the EV central funding race, and we cover that in this issue.
We also analyse changes in the motor finance online retail space; how Daimler Financial Services progressed under the leadership of departing head Bodo Uebber; and how combining management teams at Lloyds motor and fleet lending businesses could be a good answer for new customer acquisitions.
I hope you enjoy reading this issue.
Brian Cantwell, Editor