The of cars? Startup will offer its electric vehicles on a subscription ...

The of cars? Electric vehicle startup Canoo reveals plan for subscription-only car purchasing service Newly rebranded startup Canoo will offer users subscription-based electric cars It will release four different models in 2021 with differing pricing packages  Options will include differing amount of flexibility and amenities   

By James Pero For Dailymail.com

Published: 22:31 GMT, 25 March 2019 | Updated: 22:34 GMT, 25 March 2019

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Subscription services dominate the way people watch movies; listen to music; the way they eat; read the news; and now, if a new startup is any indication, possibly even the way they drive. 

A recently re-branded startup, Canoo -- formerly known as Evelozcity -- announced recently that it will offer their cars, a selection of different electric vehicles, through subscription only.

Specific packages will offer users of Canoo multiple options that include varying levels of flexibility, says the company.

A subscription-only car company will offer electric vehicles with differing payment models that allow customers to start and stop leasing at will.

A subscription-only car company will offer electric vehicles with differing payment models that allow customers to start and stop leasing at will. 

CANOO EV SPECS 

Soon-to-be offered electric vehicles by startup, Canoo, will offer users an array of selling-points that include:

- A subscription model that will allow customers to flexibly drive the car. It could last months or years depending on preference

- Four different styles with interchangeable 'top hats' that constitute the car's interior

- Design features are emphasizing an open interior that Canoo says will give drivers unparalleled space in a compact environment  

'Canoo's subscriptions will have no specific duration commitment,' said Canoo in a statement. 

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