Autonomy Partners with Equifax to Create EV Subscription Service
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Autonomy, Equifax Partner to Create EV Subscription Service

Equifax InstaTouch ID and differentiated data assets make subscribing to an EV in 10 minutes a reality for consumers.

Autonomy, a digital vehicle subscription service that provides consumers with a fast and affordable way to subscribe to electric vehicles (EVs), and Equifax has announced a new partnership today. Autonomy will use Equifax InstaTouch ID, a mobile consumer identity and authentication solution, along with differentiated data and analytics from Equifax to enable, for the first time, a 100% digital subscription transaction to occur through a consumer’s smartphone in as fast as 10 minutes from start to finish, according to the company.

Autonomy launched with its Tesla Model 3 Vehicle Subscription Program in California in January 2022, transforming the way consumers get access to an electric vehicle. Autonomy will soon expand geographically with subscriptions to other in-demand electric vehicles. Through Autonomy’s innovative new subscription model, customers pay a monthly fee and start fee, which cover the cost of the vehicle subscription plus routine maintenance costs, roadside assistance and soon, auto insurance. With this service, drivers can find a car, get qualified in minutes, and activate their subscription and payment method – entirely from their phone, says Autonomy. 

Vehicle subscriptions represent an entirely new option for getting access to a vehicle alongside existing options to purchase a car with cash, or obtain an auto loan or lease. Subscription services are growing in popularity in the automotive industry. Key to this growth is the ability for consumers to have not only a more affordable and flexible option, but one that also offers a fast and easy experience at the time of subscription activation. 

“Consistent with our mission to deliver the cheapest, fastest and easiest way to get a Tesla Model 3, and to make access to electric vehicles easy and affordable, Equifax has enabled us to deliver on a 100% mobile and digital experience for consumers in 10 minutes,” said Scott Painter, CEO and founder of Autonomy. 

InstaTouch ID uses Equifax differentiated and alternative data sources to authenticate a consumer’s identity. This allows for pre-population of consumer data during the online application, providing a simpler, lower-friction experience. By combining InstaTouch ID with data from Equifax, Autonomy can get quick and easy digital consumer verification and credit standing while providing a simple and seamless consumer experience.

“Leading subscription services today and tomorrow will define the new digital retailing in automotive, where consumers enjoy a fast, seamless and trusted transaction process in a mobile environment,” said Lena Bourgeois, general manager of automotive services from Equifax. “We’re excited to leverage our advanced data, tools and resources that only Equifax can deliver to help power Autonomy as a leader in subscription services today and in the future.” 

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