What do Oslo, Amsterdam, Paris, Oxford, San Francisco, and Houston have in common? All have an electric-car-sharing program. Urban mobility is taking on new forms with the introduction of small, eco-friendly vehicles at parking stations across cities available for a time- or distance-based subscription. The concept is similar to a cell phone contract: for a monthly, annual, or in some cases daily or weekly fee, users can take out an EV and return it to any other station in the city after use. This shift to mobility-as-a-service, or “servitization”, is the new trend in private transport, as the younger generation is changing its attitude towards driving. Vehicle leasing is increasingly appearing as a more attractive option in cities than ownership of a vehicle.