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Ferry is an electric vehicle subscription platform that allows consumers to obtain short-term leases on new electric vehicles, right from their phones. With a focus on customer delight, their intuitive app ensures an optimized customer journey built on simplicity, flexibility and transparency for the consumer.

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Electric vehicle subscription platform Ferry announced today it has raised $4M in seed funding from Porsche heir Toni Piëch's AMYP Ventures, Venn Ventures, and angel investors Adam Forst and Lisa Besserman.

Ferry enables users to obtain a short-term (6, 12, or 24 month) lease on a new electric vehicle with no down payment and delivery to their door, transacting the entire process within the app. Users can choose from a range of new EV models at a single, transparent monthly price and no down payment. 1000 miles per month (with the ability to upgrade), maintenance, and taxes are included.

By prioritizing flexibility and simplicity, Ferry reduces the significant hurdles consumers have faced for years when seeking to lease an electric vehicle. And with regulations banning direct auto sales in many states, Ferry's direct leasing model presents a path to get more Americans in EVs quickly.

(source: Ferry Automotive)

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