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Rent a Tesla Model 3 on demand for as little as $15 per hour

Rent a Tesla Model 3 on demand for as little as $15 per hour

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April 22, 2021

Administrative heart staff can now lease a Tesla Model 3 on demand for as little as $15 per hour straight from their constructing’s car park thanks to an thrilling contemporary partnership between Australia’s first on-status electric automobile sharing carrier Ohmie Skedaddle, leading car subscription company Carbar and commercial real estate giant Knight Frank. 

Early Newspaper

Thru the train of the Ohmie Skedaddle app, tenants shall be able to book, access, and pay for an electric automobile at an hourly, daily or weekend rate. The car is picked up and dropped off from a dedicated bay all thru the constructing’s car park.

The carrier will initially be offered at 100 Arthur St in North Sydney for three years with a pipeline of top rate constructions because of deploy the carrier in 2021. At exhibit, Ohmie Skedaddle offers the carrier with a selection of automobiles at the side of the Tesla Model 3, Hyundai Kona Electric and a range of e-bikes, depending on the requirements of the constructing. 

“We strongly imagine sustainable mobility is the longer term. Our totally-managed mannequin provides access to this technology to so many more of us whereas significantly increasing the appeal and sustainability of a constructing for the asset homeowners and managers. We imagine this carrier will give property homeowners an edge in securing and retaining high-quality tenants in what is already a complicated commercial real estate market.

This partnership is but another outlandish application of our subscription industry mannequin. Thru a subscription arrangement, we’re able to scale the program to the wants of constructing managers.

We’re incredibly bullish on the rollout of EVs in Australia, the appetite is there. A contemporary witness we commissioned came across that one in five consumers would capture to pressure an EV this year. Extra broadly, subscription and on-demand companies and products such as Ohmie Skedaddle will play a massive position in giving consumers ongoing access to an EV with out the upfront commitment of purchasing a car and the ongoing hassle of running and maintaining it.” 

Ohmie Skedaddle CEO and founder Kyle Bolto

With a plethora of contemporary electric automobiles hitting the market over the next two years Ohmie Skedaddle is decided to expand the range of automobiles offered as they hit the market.

As part of the partnership, Ohmie Skedaddle will manage the carrier from conclude to entire via their mobile app and Carbar will provide Ohmie Skedaddle access to the latest electric automobiles and maintain the automobiles tied to the carrier. 

“Based on our 2019 pilot at EQ Tower in Melbourne’s CBD we know there is also very strong demand for our carrier in the high upward push residential and map to lease markets and we are currently in discussions with many of the large scale residential property developers to convey this carrier to developments in the near time period”

Partnering with Ohmie Skedaddle accentuates Knight Frank’s top rate customer carrier providing and perfectly aligns with our commitment to innovation and sustainability. As more workers initiate to arrive to the place of enterprise, it’s imperative that the workplace experience is enjoyable and engaging. Offering great customer experiences shall be an essential point of incompatibility for landlords and Ohmie Skedaddle is an important part of that strategy for us”.

Knight Frank Australia National Head of Asset Management Services Lisa Atkins

Rent a Tesla Model 3 on demand for as little as $15 per hour