Ordering a cab via an app is now standard practice. But the DS3 Crossback E-Tense electric SUV is a novelty when it picks you up.
It is already the experience of users of "Beat" in Santiago de Chile after the passenger transport platform launched "Beat Zero," a mobility service with 100% electric vehicles and drivers for hire, last June.
"Beat" operates a cab and ride-hailing app for smartphones and other mobile devices. Beat's headquarters are located in . . .