28 Nov 2019
The Fiat 500 revamps car sharing services in the Baltics
The iconic Fiat 500 is now available to the users of the car sharing company CityBee in the Baltics. Just recently, more than 400 of these cars rolled out to the streets of Latvia and Estonia.
Fiat 500 is an icon of Italian design that attracts people wherever it goes. But besides its eye-catching allure, the Fiat 500 stands out as well for its driving dynamics and compact dimensions, features that helped to make it the most popular city car in Europe.
FCA will supply more than 400 Fiat 500 cars to launch this partnership. Citybee operates in 16 cities across 4 countries, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland, and it has over 5,5 thousand vehicles (including cars, vans, e-scooters and bicycles) in its fleet and nearly 550 thousand users. The mission of the company is to simplify everyday life by offering innovative urban mobility solutions.
CityBee was created in 2012 in Lithuania. After 7 years, it became a leading car sharing company in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). CityBee is part of Modus Group - an international group of companies, mainly focusing on renewable energy, mobility services and automotive business.