As the head of Drive told Anton Ryazanov in a conversation with the Financial Times, no final decision has yet been made in which country the service will be launched. The main options are considered Madrid and Copenhagen, as well as the cities of Italy and France.
What kind of cars will be presented in the European car-sharing branch is still unknown, but it is expected that electric cars will be available for rent.
Yandex officially launched its own car sharing in Moscow in February 2018. Then in the fleet there were only 750 cars of three models: Kia Rio and Kia Rio X-Line, as well as Renault Kaptur. The rental price two years ago began at five rubles per minute.