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MOIA presents aride pooling concept with the first electric vehicle in the world for ride sharing


Just a year after its birth, MOIA, the Volkswagen Group's mobility startup, introduces a concept of ride pooling that provides new ideal options to significantly reduce traffic in major cities....

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