China’s Geely Auto holdings is trying to expand its influence in the European car market by launching a high-end product, and its lynk & Co brand will be aimed at consumers who want to subscribe and share cars. The brand, jointly owned by Geely and Volvo, will begin selling memberships in Germany, France, Spain and four other countries for 500 euros (586 dollars) a month. < / P > < p > the cost covers insurance and maintenance costs, and customers can reduce costs by agreeing to share the first model lynk & Co will launch in Europe, a hybrid crossover suv called 01. < / P > < p > “instead of buying a car, you become a member of lynk & Co,” chief executive Alain Visser said in a speech in Gothenburg, Sweden, where Volvo’s headquarters are located. “The more times you share cars, the more you reduce costs.” < / P > < p > lynk & Co is one of the more ambitious attempts by auto companies to provide ownership alternatives. So far, similar operations have had mixed results – Porsche recently expanded its U.S. subscription service, while Mercedes Benz terminated a pilot program launched two years ago. GM shut down its Maven car sharing business earlier this year. < / P > < p > Europe’s first lynk & Co showroom – known as the “club” where members can shop and drink – will open in Amsterdam at the end of October. The location of Gothenburg will be launched at the end of this year. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia