Bluecity, the electric car sharing scheme, is expanding in the capital after a successful trial in Hammersmith and Fulham.
The company geared up for a full London launch earlier this year by starting off with 10 cars in Hammersmith and Fulham, and plans to have up to 50 vehicles in operation by the end of the summer. Bluecity has branched out to Hounslow and Merton with talks ongoing for other areas to follow suit.
It is billing itself as a point-to-point car club operating in a similar way to the Santander Cycle scheme. Users will reserve a car via the Bluecity app, drive across London and end their rental by returning the car to a suitable charge point.
These are part of the Source London network and can also be reserved via the Bluecity app or from the touch-screen inside the car.