Posted by Jason Cartwright
April 22, 2021
Office workers can now rent a Tesla Model 3 on demand for as little as $15 per hour directly from their building’s car park thanks to an exciting new partnership between Australia’s first on-site electric vehicle sharing service Ohmie Go, leading car subscription company Carbar and commercial real estate giant Knight Frank.
Through the use of the Ohmie Go app, tenants will be able to book, access, and pay for an electric vehicle at an hourly, daily or weekend rate. The car is picked up and dropped off from a dedicated bay within the building’s car park.
The service will initially be offered at 100 Arthur St in North Sydney for three years with a pipeline of premium buildings due to deploy the service in 2021. Currently, Ohmie Go offers the service with a choice of vehicles including the Tesla Model 3, Hyundai Kona Electric and a range of e-bikes, depending on the requirements of the building.
“We strongly believe sustainable mobility is the future. Our fully-managed model provides access to this technology to so many more people while significantly increasing the appeal and sustainability of a building for the asset owners and managers. We believe this service will give property owners an edge in securing and retaining high-quality tenants in what is already a tough commercial real estate market.
This partnership is yet another unique application of our subscription business model. Through a subscription arrangement, we’re able to scale the program to the needs of building managers.
We’re incredibly bullish on the rollout of EVs in Australia, the ap