By Ndubuisi Micheal Obineme
Next Move, a German based electromobility company, providing services relating to buying, charging and driving electric cars showcased its Power Driver Electric Car at Intersolar 2019 in Munich, Germany.
In an interview with our correspondent, the Customer Service and Sales Representative of Next Move, Maria Schonbach, disclosed that its company is known to be the biggest rental of electric vehicles in Germany.
According to her, Next Move currently has about 400 electric cars in Germany. And, it takes about 30 minutes to charge the battery full which can run for hours. It can also last up to one week depending on the usage.
“Power Drive is the name of this car. The producer of this electric car is Tesla. Tesla is a company that produces electric cars. They are the biggest guys who want to change the world in driving electric cars.
“I think I never want to drive anymore fossil cars. For the first time, if you drive an electric car you will never want to try any other car. Electric cars are clean energy and it doesn’t pollute the environment.
“In some fossil cars, you have to use the left leg to change from one gear to another in order to move the car faster. In electric cars, you don’t need it anymore. You don’t need to change the brake with the right leg because if you are driving slowly the energy that is produced from the brake is refilled in your battery,” she added.
Next Move supports the German Government ‘Energiewende’ programme; moving away from nuclear and fossil fuel. She noted: “It’s absolutely necessary to move this to get new energy system like renewable energy which is used very much. We think that it is important to change our automobile sector; driving the cars from the fossil cars into electric cars.”
Next Move enables individuals, companies and communities to switch to sustainable mobility. In the manufacturer-independent vehicle fleet with over 400 vehicles you will find the best electric cars at the company. Fresh from it all – the TESLA Model 3. You will also find Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Jaguar I-PACE, Opel Ampera-e, BMW i3s & i3, Hyundai Ioniq, VW e-Golf, Nissan Leaf II, Nissan e-NV200, Renault Zoe, Renault Kangoo, Smart EQ.