After selling off Uber Eats in India, Uber has now decided to turn all its attention towards the mobility business, both cab-hailing and bike-sharing services, with new features. The company is planning to launch self-driving rentals and shuttle bus services in India.
According to a report in the Mint, Uber has also formed partnerships with tour and travel platforms and mobility companies Drivezy, Zoomcar, Bounce and Revv to source vehicles for self-driving rental service. Here, the company will be following its original model of not owning vehicles or assets. However, Uber said that it does not have any plans to enter self-driving rental service in India.
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