BMW to introduce DriveNow electric car sharing program in San Francisco
After having successfully launched a luxury car-sharing program across Germany, BMW has finally introduced the same in the United States. Called the DriveNow program, this car-sharing initiative by the German automotive honcho will kick off in San Francisco and will offer luxury automobiles for 32 cents a minute. Enabling you to locate these cars with your smartphone or computer, the DriveNow program will cost $12 for the first half an hour requires users to leave their hired ride at the eight current locations in San Francisco once done. with 70 all-electric cars on offer, this is an interesting way to get around town without choking the eco-system and will make use of BMW Acitve-E vehicles.