EvCard is China's first electric vehicle rental service. As of July 2017, it had around 6,000 cars and 3,000 stations in Shanghai. EvCard also operates in 31 other Chinese cities with 5,200 branches and nearly 30,000 parking lots.
The company charges 15 yuan for the first half hour and 0.6 RMB for each additional minute. The cars available are the Roewe e50, Chery EQ, and BMW i3.
The total subscribers is more than 1.2 million people meaning it is one of the largest such services in the world. Their customer base mainly comprises university students and teachers and the self-employed. The majority of the users are between 21 and 35 years old, about 70% of whom are men.
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