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VW Considers Using Porsche, Audi Sedans For Gett Ride App

Posted on June 3, 2016

The Volkswagen group recently dumped $300 million into Gett, a taxi hailing-cum-ride sharing app that's big outside of the US. Now, the company has revealed that it's pondering a rival to Uber Black by offering private drivers access to its higher-end vehicles. Details are scarce since it's a single line reference in a very long press release, but VW says that it's looking at a "special chauffeur service" that features "premium brands, such as Audi and Porsche." 

Engadget.com article here

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