San Francisco (Reuters)-Car rental company Hearts expands plans to supply Tesla (NASDAQ :) vehicles to Uber (NYSE :) from the initial 50,000 to 150,000 over the next three years if the partnership is successful He said he could. ..
However, Hertz adds chip shortages and other constraints can affect the plan.
Hertz announced earlier this week that it would order 100,000 Tesla vehicles by the end of 2022. Half of them will be offered exclusively as a rental option for Uber drivers by 2023.
Hertz said in a Reuters statement, “Hertz will start the program by offering up to 50,000 vehicles exclusively for Uber drivers by 2023. If successful, the program will expand to 150,000 Tesla over the next three years. There is a possibility of doing it. “
“These ambitions can be affected by uncontrollable factors such as a shortage of semiconductor chips and other constraints,” Hearts added.
In an interview with CNN on Wednesday, Hearts CEO Mark Fields revealed plans to expand Uber’s partnership.
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Hearts says Tesla’s supply to Uber could be expanded to 150,000 by Reuters
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