360 Auto Markets, the world’s largest dealer network for electric vehicles, will soon be adding an all-new app.
The app will be available for iPhone and iPad, and will be integrated with the 360 Mobile app, which allows owners of other platforms to view and buy electric vehicles from participating dealers.
It is the latest step in the company’s plan to introduce a fully fledged smartphone app, with the goal of creating a full-fledged mobile marketplace.
The 360 Mobile service was launched in the U.S. in December of this year, and it will be expanded in other countries soon.
The 360 Auto market has a long history of growth, and 360 Auto has been one of the main players in the industry, having been founded in 2008.
It currently has more than 20,000 dealerships in more than 50 countries.
360 Auto, which is headquartered in San Francisco, has a presence in more states than anywhere else in the world.
Its app will allow owners to buy, sell and trade electric vehicles for a fixed monthly fee.
Owners can also add or remove a vehicle’s name and make other changes, such as adding or removing a vehicle warranty or charging stations.
The app will also provide real-time pricing information and vehicle availability information.
This will allow customers to track their vehicles across multiple dealerships, while also helping the company to get closer to the consumer, according to 360 Auto President and CEO Paul Mascaro.
It also will allow for more convenient, accurate pricing, according, in Mascario’s words, “to the customer.”
This will also allow customers “to track their cars across multiple locations,” he added.
In addition, 360 Auto will have an in-car remote monitoring feature, which will allow it to know what is happening in a vehicle as well as when it is on the road.
The company said that this feature will be included in its next version, which should be available in mid-2018.
In the past, 360 was one of several automakers that partnered with Apple to offer in-vehicle software and services for its cars, and was the only major automaker to offer such an app.
That partnership is now over, but there will be other partnerships with other manufacturers that will help 360 with its mission of “enhancing electric mobility,” according to Mascero.
The future of this partnership is unclear, and the app will not be updated to be compatible with those other manufacturers’ products.
As part of its mobile app rollout, 360 will also begin allowing buyers to search for, purchase, and share electric vehicle information on its platform, according the company.
This includes all of the information that is currently available on the app, including pricing, vehicle specifications, dealer availability, and a wealth of other information.
This will allow consumers to “get a sense of what their vehicle is selling for,” Mascari said.
The goal of the app is to allow users to “know more about their electric vehicle than ever before,” according the 360 Auto website.
“With the app and the 360 mobile service, we are committed to delivering the most up-to-date information to our customers,” the company said.
“We are confident that the 360 service will be a huge success for both our dealers and our consumers.”
As for how much money buyers will be paying for their electric vehicles through the app?
The website does not offer specific prices, only that the price of a Tesla will be $49,990, while a Chevrolet Bolt EV will cost $54,490.
Mascarro told Reuters that the prices would be “generally consistent across different models.”
While prices are not currently announced, 360 Automakers spokesperson Jonathan Pritchard told Next Big Futures that the app may be offered to dealers “soon,” with the app likely to be launched on the iOS platform.
It will be compatible on both Android and iOS, and owners will be able to choose whether to purchase the app or not.
Pritchard said that the company is “actively pursuing” partnerships with major automakers, which could include Nissan and Toyota, and that the partnership with Apple “may take some time.”
The app is expected to be ready for public release in early 2018, with plans to be in place for the first time by the end of 2020, according Mascars.
The service will launch in California and other states by the beginning of 2021.