https://insideevs.com - General Motors’ Maven and EVgo announced an agreement to construct a dedicated DC fast charging network available only to Maven Gig Chevrolet Bolt EV drivers. The Maven Gig car sharing service for freelance drivers was launched in seven major U.
http://www.autonews.com - VW names Diess CEO, overhauls leadership, restructures; M-B subscription pilot; Tech tidbits: Uber expands mobility offerings, Charging up GM's Maven, Lidar maker scales up.
https://www.forbes.com - EVgo has announced it will expands its partnership with GM's Maven car-sharing program to a new, dedicated network of DC fast chargers for electric cars.
https://www.greencarreports.com - General Motors has consistently declined to fund public charging stations that increase the utility and long-distance potential of the electric cars it sells. The company said firmly two years ago it had no intention of spending money on a charging network, a stance that distinguished GM from BMW, Nissan, and Volkswagen, not to mention Tesla.
http://www.thedrive.com - General Motors' Maven division and charging-infrastructure company EVgo are teaming up to help ride-hailing drivers who use electric cars find a place to charge. EVgo will build a dedicated network of charging stations for drivers renting Chevrolet Bolt EVs under GM's Maven Gig program.
http://media.gm.com - Imagine being able to trial a job for a month to decide if you liked the conditions, pay and hours, with so many new ways of working through the sharing economy, why shouldn’t this be possible? Holden agreed, so they launched Maven Gig, a car-sharing service that puts power into the hands of the driver.
https://insideevs.com - GM’s Maven introduced its Maven Gig car sharing service for freelance drivers in Austin, Texas, beginning with 20 Chevrolet Bolt EVs. Cars are available from $229 per week plus taxes and that includes: car, unlimited miles, insurance (minus deductibles) and maintenance.
https://www.cnbc.com - In the wake of the fatal accident involving a self-driving car, Jim Scheinman, Maven Ventures, and Mary Cummings, Duke University, debate whether this technology as it stands right now is safe for our roads and whether it should continue to be developed.
http://www.leftlanenews.com - The company is expected to launch a pilot program via its Maven car-sharing platform as early as this summer.
https://www.motorauthority.com - General Motors is positioning itself for a subscription-based future with its Maven personal mobility and car-sharing service, and its next step may set its sights on the Turo service, which is an AirBnB for cars.