Fontainebleau tests the Cybergo shuttle in the castles gardens
On 19 October, the town of Fontainebleau held a “post carbon” day, during which a demonstration of Cybergo was organized. Passersby were able to try this strange 8 seats vehicle developed by INDUCT. The company based near Paris, which has recently benefited from the arrival in its capital of the investment fund Mangrove Capital Partners, is not on its first attempt. Only a few days after the official presentation of Cybergo to the media in the walkways of the City of Sciences in Paris, INDUCT reiterates with a major demonstration designed to appeal to the City of Fontainebleau.
The city would set up this service in addition to the solutions already available, especially for liaison between the train station of Fontainebleau-Avon and the castle. Currently, the journey is on foot and takes about 30 minutes. The municipality is looking for a mobility solution with touristic and ecological benefits that such a vehicle could solve.