Electric cars are the future. But you don't have to wait that long. With over 11,000 electric vehicles available for rent in Europe's most popular cities, we've placed the future directly in your hands. Silent drive and no tailpipe emissions mean you'll zip through the streets without contributing to noise or air pollution. Astonishing acceleration and instant torque give you that heart-stopping thrill that usually comes with a race car.
Range anxiety? No fear. You can charge SHARE NOW cars for free at partner charging stations and with our largest electric model, the Fiat 500e, you can even drive up to 320 km on a single full charge. Quiet, confident, everywhere: electric cars make the kind of statement that really counts.
You can easily rent an electric car in Germany anytime with SHARE NOW by using the app. Our electric cars free-float on the streets of major German cities and are ready to be unlocked with just the SHARE NOW app. No car rental stations, no opening hours, no waiting time. Our car-sharing rates are all-inclusive and more flexible than traditional car rental – you don't pay extra for parking, charging, GPS, automatic transmission, or insurance. From 1 minute to 30 days, you decide the rental duration you want in the app. Perfect for daily commutes or long trips. In fact, for trips of 1 to 30 days, you can even order a car to the location of your choice for free. That's electric car-sharing.
The strong, silent type – electric cars impress without roaring for attention. Electric cars whisper through the streets with no disruptive noises or vibrations from the motor. The only sounds you're likely to hear are wind resistance and tyre friction at higher speeds. You'll be astonished at how much power comes from these quiet game-changers – and how pleasant life can be without the constant crush of noise and pollution in the city.
Never been in a race car? You're not missing much. Electric cars can achieve maximum torque from 0 RPM in almost no time at all. A gentle press on the pedal is all you need to accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h in 5.5s (and that's just the smart EQ fortwo), making lane changes a cinch and green lights wickedly fun. Unlike sports cars, even the most compact EVs can throw you back into your seat for that exhilarating roller-coaster feeling. So plug yourself in and charge ahead!
No clutch, no gearshift, no transmission. Driving electric cars is so effortless, it's almost alarming. Free of extraneous knobs and gears, electric vehicles have turned driving and parking into no-brainers. No gearbox doesn't mean no power: The BMW i3 takes you from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.2 s without needing you to switch gears once. Your muscle memory might miss the physical feedback of driving at first, but you'll be glad to leave behind the days of fiddling with gears and killing the engine.
Our fancier electric vehicles come with a little something special that makes it possible for you to enjoy "one-pedal driving". Each time you lift your foot off the accelerator, regenerative brakes slow the car down and transform the kinetic energy of the car into energy that feeds the battery. With certain models, the regen is enough to bring the car to a complete stop without you touching the brake pedal – giving your feet a regenerative break and the battery a regenerative charge. What can we say? It's a spark of genius.
Join the car-sharing community and take your first drive today! Registration is free, only takes 3 minutes and you can start using the app right away.
The minute rate includes 200 km of mileage. A long distance rate of 0,39 € per kilometer will apply for each additional kilometer after the included mileage. Hourly and daily rates do not include mileage and each kilometre driven will be charged between 0,23 € and 0,27 € (depending on car model category). The daily price displayed is for a 30-day rental.
All SHARE NOW cars are covered by third-party liability insurance and your deductible is always automatically reduced to a specific amount in case of an accident. This agreement is waived, however, in cases of gross negligence. To learn more, please check out our terms and conditions.