Jaguar Land Rover collaborates with Korea’s largest shared mobility service provider
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover Korea has collaborated with Korea’s largest car-sharing service provider, SOCAR, to provide shared mobility services to a wider audience.
started on 31 December and will be available to residents of Seoul until 2
June, with 10 Jaguar E-Paces available to be reserved via SOCAR’s smartphone
application. Users can either collect and return the small Jaguar SUV or
request to have the car delivered to them.
Baek, Managing Director of Jaguar Land Rover Korea, said: “I hope more
customers can experience Jaguar’s distinctive performance and British luxury
through our collaboration with SOCAR.
“But this is
the beginning as we will continue to work on providing diverse opportunities
for customers to experience Jaguar’s line-up.”
agreement is the first time SOCAR has worked with an overseas automotive
company since its inception in 2012.
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