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Lyft Is Giving Its Customers An Electric Option

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Earlier this week ride-hailing company Lyft announced Green Mode which allows consumers to choose an electric vehicle over a fossil-fuel powered car in the app. The company made Green Mode available to its customers in Seattle on Wednesday and plans to roll out the feature to other cities in the US later this year. Green Mode will help Lyft build on a socially conscious brand reputation and appease its two major consumer groups.

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