Perhaps in cities for short journeys, but I couldn’t see this happening for people with long…
Callum Peters

I lump leasing in with “ownership as a service”, because you’re renting the car with an option to buy at the end of the lease. Leasing has become increasingly popular across all car types (not just luxury) over the last couple of decades. I agree with you that there are people that will continue to need a car on demand at a lower cost and latency than, say, Uber or Zipcar can provide. But I think the number of people who actually want to own a car outright will continue to decline.