- XMOBA expands its partnership with UFO and rolls out the SEAT eXS kickscooter in Málaga (Spain) to improve urban micromobility
- The expansion takes place following the success of the project in Madrid, with 13,000 users in just two months
- The company contributes to the initiative of the Málaga harbour, which offers parking spaces for the kickscooters
- SEAT remains in contact with public institutions and citizens with the aim of enhancing urban mobility
At the Mobile World Congress which was held last February in Barcelona, SEAT informed it would be the lead brand in the Volkswagen Group’s urban micromobility strategy. In this sense, the company consolidated its commitment to last-mile electric mobility by announcing the partnership agreement with electric kicksharing start-up UFO, through XMOBA with the new SEAT eXS powered by Segway.
Today SEAT is taking a step further by announcing it is expanding its partnership with UFO with an initiative in Málaga to improve the city’s urban micromobility, a move that follows on the good results achieved in the first two months after its roll-out in Madrid, which now has more than 13,000 users.