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Acquired - IV | Acquired



About LeasePlan

LeasePlan is a global fleet management and driver mobility company of Dutch origin. Its full-service offering consists of financing and operational fleet management services to meet the needs of a diverse client base. The company's global franchise manages multi-brand vehicles and provides fleet and vehicle management services in multiple countries.On January 6th, 2022, LeasePlan was acquired by ALD Automotive at a valuation of $5540M.

LeasePlan Headquarter Location

Gustav Mahlerlaan 360

Amsterdam, 1082 ME,


+31 (0)20 709 3000

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Global and China Purpose Built Vehicle (PBV) and Robocar Report, 2022

May 10, 2022

Report, 2022" - PBV suppliers adopt the approach of independent development of upper and lower vehicle bodies, and derive various vehicle types on the same chassis platform, meeting customization needs. Compared with conventional integrated vehicle development, such a development method has unique features below: • Short development cycle and low cost PBVs built on the same chassis don’t need repeated development, which shortens the start-of-production and time-to-market of new models. The standardized chassis components can also be reused, reducing manufacturing costs. For example, the use of "UP Super Board" developed by Shanghai U Power Technology Co., Ltd. cuts down the orignal 2 or 3 years of vehicle R&D cycle to 12 months, and the R&D costs by up to 60%. • Diversified PBV product forms The flexible and changeable upper space of PBV allows a variety of product forms. For example, a PBV can be a logistics vehicle, a retail vehicle, a car, a bus, a sanitation vehicle, and so forth. From the product layout of PBV suppliers, it can be seen that the product forms of PBV are led by three vehicle types: van, pickup and sedan. Wherein, PIX Moving enjoys the broadest range of product forms, involving four fields: passenger car, commercial vehicle, freight vehicle and special vehicle; U Power boasts the most abundant PBV product lineups and deploys five vehicle types, covering three fields: passenger car, commercial vehicle, and freight vehicle; with single PBV product form, Didi has only one product, D1, a customized car for the online ride-hailing mobility scenario. Didi plans to iterate a version every 18 months, to D3 in 2025 when 1 million units will be launched; and to remove the cockpit and realize autonomous driving in 2030. • Diversified PBV profit models Through the lens of business models, PBV suppliers often apply the To B model. Among them, PIX Moving, Arrival and Rivian employ both To B and To C models. For instance, PIX Moving starts with Robobus at the business end in a bid for quick commercialization, and will build a complete marketing system after launching consumer products. As for manufacturing, all suppliers except for Didi have their own production bases. Didi partners with BYD to produce D1 at BYD’s base in Changsha city. In June 2021, Canoo started building a production line in Oklahoma, the US, and ceased the outsourcing contract with VDL Nedcar, opting to build cars by itself. There are mainly three profit models: vehicle sales, rental, and software subscription & other value-added services. Didi and Arrival apply the rental model, but their rental schemes are different. Didi offers two rental schemes that target Didi drivers: half-year rental, with a monthly rent of RMB4,399; one-year rental, RMB4,299 per month. Arrival, however, aims at third-party lessors such as LeasePlan (in 2021, Arrival and LeasePlan signed a sales cooperation agreement for 3,000 vans). For profits, the supplier Canoo has begun to take into account both the subscription and vehicle sales models. Is Robocar the ultimate form of PBV products? The new idea of building brick cars gives birth to diversified vehicle forms, including Robocar, a robot that looks like a vehicle, can move freely and is capable of L4 autonomous driving. The product forms of Robocars are led by Robotaxi and Robobus. At present, Robotaxies built by Baidu,, QCRAFT and the like have begun to run. In the future, Robocars will also be upgraded to L5 autonomy, competent enough to self-learn, make decisions independently, and adapt to a variety of complex scenarios and inclement weather like rain and fog, and they will completely replace humans by then.

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  • When was LeasePlan founded?

    LeasePlan was founded in 1963.

  • Where is LeasePlan's headquarters?

    LeasePlan's headquarters is located at Gustav Mahlerlaan 360, Amsterdam.

  • What is LeasePlan's latest funding round?

    LeasePlan's latest funding round is Acquired - IV.

  • Who are the investors of LeasePlan?

    Investors of LeasePlan include ALD Automotive, SG Fleet, GIC, TDR Capital, PGGM and 8 more.

  • Who are LeasePlan's competitors?

    Competitors of LeasePlan include Arval.

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