By: Vivek Kumar


BMW’s car-sharing service continues to grow in Seattle. The car-maker announced today that ReachNow is both expanding to additional neighborhoods and adding an extra 150 vehicles to its fleet.

This past April, BMW debuted the free-floating car-sharing program in Seattle and quickly saw traction, racking up more than 13,000 members in the first month. At launch, BMW placed 370 free-floating vehicles — a mix of BMW 328xi Series sedans, MINI Coopers, and the all-electric BMW i3 — around town, allowing people to get around from Point A to Point B within a “Home Area” that encompasses much of Seattle proper.

Source: GeekWire