Grab has revealed its roadmap to launch electric vehicles (EV) in Indonesia in partnership with the local government. The ride-hailing startup will collaborate with automakers and distributors, including Hyundai, Astra Honda Motor and Gesits, to introduce four- and two-wheeler electric vehicles for pilots in the Greater Jakarta area. Users will be able to book EV ride from their Grab app in early 2020. In a statement, Grab said the pilots came about after investor SoftBank Group Corp made a commitment in July this year to invest $2 billion in Indonesia through the ride-hailing company.
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