“After our success Manhattan launch in May, we looked forward to the day when more New Yorkers can drive Kyte, ”said Spencer smith, launch manager at Kyte. “With the city’s commitment to efficient and sustainable transport, Brooklyn is the perfect place to expand our network to help people get cars more easily. ”
Kyte offers on-demand cars delivered to customers for as long as they need them – avoiding the inconvenience of long in-person queues and paperwork associated with traditional car rental services, inconsistencies in sharing services. of cars between individuals and the rigidity and long commitments of traditional car leases. Kyte’s expansion to Brooklyn marks the tenth major launch of the company in an American city.
How it works
Brooklyn residents and visitors can book a car for one day, several days, several weeks, several months or as long as they wish through the Kyte mobile application Where website. To begin with, customers choose a specific time and location for the delivery and return of their vehicle. Then the company sends a delivery driver – known as “Kyte Surfer” – to deliver a clean, disinfected car at the requested time. When the vehicle is ready to be returned, a Kyte surfer collects the vehicle from the customer at the requested time and location.
Kyte offers a 15% discount for new customers in Brooklyn. Novice users can apply promotional code “HELLOBROOKLYN” at checkout at drivekyte.com (valid until 31/10).
With today’s one Brooklyn expansion news, Kyte has also launched a complete overhaul of its iOS booking experience, implementing a cohesive design system that allows the app and the user’s web experience to be consistent and efficient on all platforms. New features include a better-optimized in-app support chat, dark mode capability, service area maps, and improved live notification updates. Kyte will soon launch on Android.
Kyte aims to give people better access to fewer cars and replace car ownership by providing on-demand car access. The company’s intentional approach is increasing vehicle use and getting cars off the road for a more sustainable future, while saving customers time and money.
Kyte was founded in 2019 by Nikolaus Volk, Ludwig Schoenack and Francesco wiedemann, and is headquartered at San Francisco, California with offices in Munich, Germany. For more information about Kyte and career opportunities, please visit www.drivekyte.com.