In 2035 there will be 7.5 million shared cars on European roads
The Dutch group ING has calculated that car sharing will grow up to 7.5 million cars in Europe by 2035, leading to a lower number of sales estimated at at least one million units per year.
The report produced by ING claims that 30% of European motorists show interest in car sharing and 60% would be willing to share their car if paid.
The countries that show the most interest in this kind of mobility are those of southern Europe. 40% of respondents in Europe would like to see improvements in the user experience, such as a more reliable, faster, easier-to-use service and a greater offer of cars models.