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We are currently living the more exciting moment in the last century regarding the transportation and mobility context. The basis of the next generation of vehicles is clearly set, they are expected to be clean, connected and autonomous, and this large transformation is going to happen almost overnight. In this scenario, the electric vehicles are the undisputed protagonists of the strategic plans of all car manufacturers. At the same time, new mobility trends have emerged in this new era, in particular the sharing mobility is gaining ground around the globe, specially among the younger generations who cana��t or dona��t want to be tied to the a�?old concepta�? of owning a vehicle ,above all, in big cities where public transport services are getting better and better. Within this revolution, the concept of Maas (mobility as a service) deserves special mention hence it is set to become the standard when it comes to provide the more efficient, integrated and enhanced mobility options in our cities in in the near future.
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