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01.11.2021 – 06:00

EEVEE Mobility

Berlin (ots)

· EEVEE Mobility enables the driver to monitor and predict the CO2 reduction and predict the mileage, range, discharge and the condition of the battery

· More than 75k downloads and 10k connected electric cars in 63 countries now use the app to track their charging costs at home, at work and at public charging stations

EEVEE plans to integrate the app with all major OEMs and connect 20% of all electric vehicles in Europe and the USA by 2026

The EEVEE Driver 2.0 app is currently compatible with electric vehicles from BMW, Mini, Ford & Mustang

October 27, 2021: EEVEE Mobility, the company that develops digital products and services that seamlessly combine electric vehicle charging and the driving experience, today announced that the next phase of corporate social responsibility (CSR) growth Committed.

The new corporate vision includes a brand new app compatible with EV models from BMW, Mini, Ford and Mustang. In addition, it offers additional functions such as the monitoring and prediction of CO2 reduction values ​​as well as the possibility of predicting the mileage, range, discharge and the condition of the battery.

As part of the CSR pledge, EEVEE also plans to integrate its software into 20% of all electric vehicles in Europe and to partner with all major automakers by 2026 to support the global goal of faster and smarter adoption of electric vehicles for all.

Corporate social responsibility is driving the introduction of electric vehicles

The introduction of electric vehicles is becoming increasingly important for companies that pursue CSR goals. For some time now, first mover companies have been looking for solutions to precisely record the ecological effects of electric vehicles on the sustainability strategy of companies – a problem that EEVEE wants to help solve with its new vision and app.

Steffen Brans, CEO of EEVEE Mobility, says:

“The first step towards a brighter future for electric vehicles was realizing that drivers of these vehicles around the world have faced inconveniences that vehicles with internal combustion engines do not. Initially, we focused on solving these problems while adding value for electric vehicle drivers. But soon we saw an increasing demand from companies to help them adopt electric vehicles. Customer research has shown us that CSR goals are the main drivers of corporate adoption. To achieve these goals companies need more tangible, data-driven insights and compatibility with more vehicles – and so we designed the latest version of the app with these goals in mind. ”

A lack of convenience and transparency need to be addressed

As the market for electric vehicles grows, potential adoption is often hampered by the driver’s lack of comfort, transparency and cost awareness. Governments focus on tax incentives and infrastructural hurdles, but drivers and businesses face much more practical challenges such as: B. with the question of how charges for company cars can be reimbursed at home and what influences the total cost of ownership of a vehicle.

Steffen Brans on this:

“Another topic we rarely talk about is battery drainage when you park your EV. This is hardly noticeable in everyday life, but it can be a serious problem when drivers park their vehicle for long periods of time. One of our first User sent us an email in which he explained that every time he parked at an airport for a long time, he feared that he would not have enough range to drive home afterwards. ”

This concern was the starting point for the EEVEE team to use artificial intelligence to make accurate data predictions. When a driver of an electric vehicle parks the car, the AI ​​accurately predicts the mileage for a period of 1 to 30 days.

With the latest version of the app, drivers can now be sure that their battery is still sufficient for the journey home and they can be just as reassured as with a vehicle with a combustion engine. The same AI technology is used to predict the vehicle’s battery health over 6 months, 1 year and 3 years.

Big automakers on board

EEVEE is excited to welcome BMW, Mini, Ford and Mustang EV drivers to its growing community of over 10,000 EV drivers in 63 countries currently using the app.

While talks with all major automakers continue, previously only Tesla owners were able to link their cars in the original app. As with BMW, Mini, Ford and Mustang, EEVEE is still in talks with various other automakers to provide its services to their vehicles.

Steffen Brans on this:

“The message from the car manufacturers is clear: The future of driving is electric. EEVEE Mobility has set itself the task of making the introduction of electric vehicles as easy as possible for drivers and companies by eliminating all friction losses. We are currently having a lot of constructive discussions with almost all automobile manufacturers. The technical complexity means that the integration is often slower than we would like, but all the manufacturers we speak to are convinced of the added value for their customers. ”

The EEVEE app is available for download – for iOS here and for Android here.

To download photos / screenshots from the EEVEE Driver 2.0 app, please click here.

Further information about the EEVEE App and the EEVEE Business Solution can be found at

About EEVEE Mobility

EEVEE has set itself the task of creating an emission-free future by making the use of electric vehicles even smarter through its ecosystem of digital products and services in order to make the use of electric vehicles more transparent, efficient and more insightful. This also includes the EEVEE Driver App, the ultimate tool with which electric vehicle owners can keep track of their charging processes, the associated costs and much more. The EEVEE business web platform uses driver and charging data from electric vehicles to help companies electrify their fleets, calculate costs correctly and work more efficiently. EEVEE Mobility’s offering is rounded off by a data and AI platform for the energy ecosystem, which should help to better cope with the transition to electric vehicles and the associated increase in energy demand.

Press contact:

Steffen Brans (CEO)
EEVEE Mobility
[email protected]

Original content by: EEVEE Mobility, transmitted by news aktuell

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