Next year, Volkswagen will launch a car-sharing service with a fleet comprised completely of electric cars called WE, the automaker announced on Wednesday.

The service’s planned start date is 2019 in Germany first before expanding to additional markets from 2020 onward. Markets on tap for WE include North America, Asia, and additional European countries.

“We are convinced that the car sharing market still has potential,” Volkswagen Brand Board Member for Sales, Jürgen Stackmann, said. “That is why we are entering this market with a holistic single-source concept covering all mobility needs from the short journey that takes just a few minutes to the long vacation trip.”

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VW did not provide details on what vehicles it will include in the car-sharing service, but for Europe, the ID electric hatchback seems like a solid starting point. It will be the automaker’s first electric car for the VW brand before numerous new electric and electrified vehicles come to market. VW plans to launch one electric car per month beginning in 2022 across its numerous brands.

The automaker said in the announcement that the service will cover more than just car-sharing and include solutions for “micro-mobility.” Transporation may include vehicles based on the I.D. Cityskater and the I.D. Streetmate, which the company showed recently. WE will also compliment the MOIA division, which focuses on carpooling and ride-sharing.