The new opening marks the 14th market Kyte operates in the US

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On September 23, Kyte announced the expansion of its presence outside of Miami in South Florida. Starting now, consumers can rent cars with on-demand delivery in more than 15 Fort Lauderdale neighborhoods. With annual growth since 2019, this is Kyte’s 14th market in the US and the next milestone for the company in its continued expansion, it said.

According to the company, Kyte’s technology aims to bypass the traditional inconvenience of renting a car and replace the idea of ​​accessing a vehicle with an on-demand car with a mobile alternative. In Fort Lauderdale, consumers will be able to access Kyte services at Boulevard Gardens, Broadview Park, Coral Ridge, Dania Beach, Emerald Hills, Hacienda Village, Hollywood, Hollywood Hills, Hollywood Lakes, Harbordale, Lauderhill, Lazy Lake, Melrose Manors, Oakland Park, Washington Park and Wilson Manors, and the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Davie.

“Helping to drive demand for a smarter, more sustainable alternative to traditional car ownership in the U.S., we’re committed to bringing Kyte to new markets across the country,” said Ludwig Schönak, co-founder of Kyte. “Our primary goal is to pave the way for a better understanding of mobility, and this expansion to Fort Lauderdale is an important step in providing even more consumers with a shared, connected and autonomous transportation solution.”

“From the very beginning, our goal has been to completely redefine transportation by radically changing the way we think about owning a car,” Schoneck added. “By adding another city to our network and expanding our reach in south Florida, we’re one step closer to giving more people access to cars when and how they need them.”

Kite announced earlier this year significant funding from Goldman Sachs to increase its fleet, expand into the Denver and Portland markets and debut a new Tesla’s subscription model in San Francisco and New York.

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