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Sharable luxury cars the latest sharing craze in China

By Fang Tian (People's Daily Online)    14:04, August 30, 2017

Sharable BMWs, Lamborghinis, and other luxury cars appeared in Hangzhou, east China’s Zhejiang province, on Aug. 25. The public can now enjoy driving some of the world’s most coveted cars for only 1.5 yuan per hour, China Radio International reported on Aug. 29.

The project started after a 277-day-long survey involving luxury car owners and fans all over China, and is intended to give more people the opportunity to have access to supercars, said Zhou Mingjie, sponsor of the sharing service.

These sharable supercars are available on an app named zhizunbao, an internet-based sharing platform initiated by a group of young people who aim to fulfill common people’s dream of driving a supercar. Meanwhile, the service makes better use of unused resources to satisfy social demand.

Shared supercars are just the lattest example in the booming sharing economy in China, providing a choice to travel in luxury at an affordable price.

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