Nigeria’s indigenous auto-giant INNOSON Motors (IVM) set to launch Ride-Hailing Service with IVM CRUISE.
In its commitment to the incremental enhancement of the nation’s economy, INNOSON Vehicle Manufacturing will on Friday, November 13th, 2020, launch its brand of ride-hailing service.
This was made known by a statement signed by the group’s Head of Corporate Communications & Affairs, Cornel Osigwe.
The new service offering from the company, called the IVM Cruise, will commence from the city of Enugu with other cities consecutively coming on stream.
Part of the statement reads :
“The IVM Cruise ride-hailing service from Nigeria’s foremost vehicle manufacturing company is unique. It is outstanding as it offers drivers, aptly named pilots, a chance of becoming owners of brand new Innoson vehicles. This would be after a period of three years in which the owners would pay the cost of these vehicles.” Further, he noted, “IVM Cruise is a technology-driven ride-hailing service. In the same vein, it offers commuters a platform for requesting pickups and drop-offs from their various locations to their destinations.
The IVM Cruise service tends to operate on an incremental digital architecture. Meanwhile, this would be in line with modern trends in the city transportation industry.
Innoson’s IVM Cruise ride-hailing service features include a digital wallet payment system, an offline payment facility. Also included are an interactive user interface/application for both pilots and commuters ease of usage.
Another characteristic of the service is the IVM Cruise app that customizes awesome experience of each subscriber. Meanwhile, it would house a pilot interface system which directs pilots to areas within the city where there are more subscriber requests.
This technology enables a subscriber to enjoy the IVM Cruise experience in few minutes from requesting a ride.
Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Ltd is a Nigerian vehicle manufacturing company. Meanwhile, it creates avenues for deepening societal development through transportation while ensuring dignity to Nigerian transporters.