Interview: Alain Visser, Chief Executive, Lynk & Co

In an appeal to younger, tech-savvy urbanites, the Geely-owned brand has put peer-to-peer vehicle-sharing at the heart of its offering. By Xavier Boucherat

Up till now, Lynk’s place in the Geely family—and how it would operate alongside the likes of sister companies Volvo and performance brand Polestar—wasn’t necessarily obvious. This changed with the online European launch of its 01 SUV: Lynk, it seems, will explore new business models for the group, including subscription models and peer-to-peer rental between owners and others.

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