Vulog-powered Free2Move Launches in Washington DC

Free2Move is not stopping any time soon with its latest city addition!




Washington DC, USA


Carsharing, Shared Mobility


Free2Move continues to expand with its latest addition of a new city in the United States, catering to users in Washington DC.

WASHINGTON. October 26, 2018. Following its recent deployment in Wuhan, China, Stellantis’ Free2Move has officially launched in the US’ capital, making it the newest carsharing service in Washington! The fleet will initially consist of 600 free-floating vehicles (Chevrolet models: the Cruze and the Equinox).

We are honored that our technology powers Free2Move in both Washington and Wuhan. Vulog is continuing to shape the future of mobility by powering innovative services worldwide. Currently, carsharing and scootersharing users unlock a Vulog powered vehicle every 2 seconds.

Vulog, the world’s leading tech mobility provider, is proud to power Free2Move, the electric carsharing service owned by Stellantis (previously known as PSA), one of the world’s leading automakers. Free2Move was created to secure and simplify mobility for all.

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