As part of Uber’s ongoing experiments with various partnerships, the ridesharing company is running a promotion this weekend that will let fathers pick a ride in a vintage car.
Unfortunately, you’ll have to be living in Lyon, France to try it.
Residents in Lyon will be able to choose among five classic cars, inlcuding a Triumph Spitfire MK3 1967, and a DeLorean DMC December 1981. The owners of the cars will provide the rides.
As Uber seeks to make good on its massive valuation, it’s pouring billions of dollars into high-stakes expansions in challenging markets like China and India. The company has also been exploring ways to push into logistics by having drivers make deliveries.
But on a quieter level, the company continues to experiment with local partnerships such as these to see if there is greater potential to offer additional services. Just in France, for instance, Uber has partnered with the startups Upper in Bordeaux and MoiChef in Toulouse to facilitate their meal delivery services.
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