City CarShare Adding Electric-Drive Models
City CarShare, the Bay Area’s first car-sharing operation, and the only one that’s not in business to turn a profit, is an electrifying enterprise.
That’s a reference not only to City CarShare’s status as a trendsetter in the region and the car-sharing industry, but to the fact that the organization has been adding more and more all-electric or hybrid vehicles to its fleet.
With the addition of two all-electric Ford Focuses (Foci?) coming Wednesday, City CarShare will offer its members access to 18 plug-in vehicles (five all-electric and 13 plug-in hybrids), plus 160 traditional hybrids. Together, they make up about 44 percent of the fleet, rapidly closing in on the group’s goal of having half of its fleet electric or hybrid vehicles.
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