Free2Move will assist Uber in its plans to convert 50% of its fleet of vehicles in France to electric models.
.@Free2Move annonce un partenariat avec @UberFR pour accélérer le passage à l'#électrique. Des offres exclusives sur une large gamme de véhicules électriques #Stellantis dont la @Citroen eC4x, répondant aux attentes et aux contraintes des conducteurs Uber. https://t.co/fPjdQVIOvn pic.twitter.com/5EP1oWxTVl
— Stellantis France (@StellantisFR) September 27, 2022
The production and sale of more electric and hybrid vehicles is also a key part of the plan set out in March by Stellantis Chief Executive Carlos Tavares to double Stellantis' overall revenue to 300 billion euros a year by 2030.
In August, Uber reported positive quarterly cash flow for the first time and forecast an above-expected third-quarter operating profit, as more people rely on its service for transportation and ordering food.
It is believed that this cooperation will strengthen both parties, because sales of Stellantis will be boosted while Uber will have a more fuel-efficient service.