Tesla, expected to have sold one million vehicles by mid-2020, is more of a potential grid asset due to quantity, despite the batteries not being as fast in charging and discharging. Daimler’s mobility-app venture Moovel, aiming to offer point-to-point travel planning and ticketing, builds on having transportation providers join the platform, show their offers—including timetables, vehicle location and fares—in real time and accept payment via the app. The Global Positioning System tracking can also allow the fleet management system to reduce maximum speed in pedestrian areas and shut off the power if the vehicle reaches the border for allowed use. What appears in this account of a motor-vehicle-focused transportation ecology is, certainly, a number of traditionally car-related actors. But it also shows the travel of ideas across traditional sectors. Servitisation, the concept of manufacturers moving from selling goods to selling services the goods can help produce, is gradually introduced into the transport area.