Picture on the right isn't science fiction. This is really happening - 400 BMW i3 are available in DriveNow car sharing service in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Service went live on September 3rd, and is so far the largest with BMW i3s, and one of the largest overall in Europe.
Which city can outperform Copenhagen?
"Following the successful introduction of the BMW i3 to the DriveNow fleets in Germany, the UK and the USA, the next major step is being taken with the commissioning of 400 BMW i3 in Copenhagen on September 3rd 2015. What is new here is an all-electric fleet which is also interconnected with public transport. The future-oriented business model stands for even more targeted orientation of individual mobility towards the needs of people in metropolitan regions.
For BMW i, car sharing using electric vehicles is an important step in opening up convenient initial access to electric mobility to the public at large, in order to reduce traffic and emissions in cities and to make a contribution there towards better quality of life."