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ToThePoint’s environment friendly car park

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Going green in style -- made easy by ToThePoint.

ToThePoint is going green

Electric (run-in) cars

ToThePoint works together with Cronos’ car park to offer an environment friendly car optionality.
This means that newcomers at ToThePoint will be able to pick a Hyundai Kona EV (Sky) as their run-in car. Which is quite an extra-ordinary feat enabled thanks to the go-green push that thrives at Cronos Group.

Cronos is rapidly accelerating their efforts to go green — and so are the Belgian legislators. To stay ahead of the curve, Cronos is already expanding their charge points with 30(!!) at the HQ in Kontich and offering its newcomers the option to go green.
Additionally, it goes without question that all the EV owners will be able to charge their cars with a personal smart cable (that reimburses the charging costs) or their very own charging point at home to enable a quicker charge.

Apart from the Kona EV, there will be other Electric Vehicles (EV) available in the (near) future. Some of them are the Opel Ampera EV, Kia Niro EV or the Nissan Leaf EV.

Boasting a range of 400KM, these cars are insane when it comes to mileage. Apart from that, they pack a punch when it comes down to outright luxuriousness and modern safety features.

Safety features

Not only is the Kona the best-in-class when it comes to mileage (~420KM). It will also have modern safety features to make sure you’ll be safe at all times.
– Forward Collision-avoidance Assist (FCA)
– Blind-spot Collision Warning (BCW)
– Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW)
– Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
– …

These are normally found in top of the line luxury vehicles.
At ToThePoint you’ll be able to get them as your run-in vehicle.

Luxury

Electrically adjustable heated leather seats, Head up display, Wireless phone charger, Apple CarPlay functionality, …
You wouldn’t believe what options this car has.

The future of ToThePoint’s green car park

If the full-EV such as the Kona, Ampera, Niro or the Leaf are insufficient, some of the upcoming cars will be hybrids such as the Hyundai Ionic Hybrid, Toyota Auris Hybrid or the Seat Arona CNG. After 6 months of driving their electric vehicles, starters at ToThePoint can choose their own vehicle out of almost any brand or any kind. Some of them will be hybrids or full-EV’s, others will be Diesel or Gas. It depends on the distance you’ll have to travel to your projects’ site, or your personal preference. Extra incentives will be laid in place to make the push for green extra attractive.

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