Uber headlines: Uber CEO: We hope our drivers end up buying the Teslas they rent through Hertz

From CNN:

(CNN)Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said he hopes drivers who rent Teslas through Hertz will eventually end up buying them.

Hertz(HTZ) announced on Tuesday that it had placed an order for 100,000 Teslas as it tries to electrify its fleet. Through a partnership with Hertz, Uber(UBER) plans to offer 50,000 of them to its drivers to rent by 2023.

“This is an open doorway for our driver community to try it… If you’ve been in a Tesla, I have, once you try it, you want to buy it,” Khosrowshahi told CNN’s Julia Chatterley on First Move Wednesday.

“And that’s what this is all about,” he added.

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