http://www.motortrend.com - Since it was announced in January, General Motors’ Maven car sharing app has hit an impressive milestone. The app, along with the Chicago Express Drive program that leverages the Maven platform, has provided users with more than 1 million miles of service.
http://www.freep.com - Car-sharing service began in Ann Arbor in February with 11 locations on campus offering 17 vehicles.
http://www.cnet.com - Not too shabby for a program that didn't exist four months ago.
http://www.autonews.com - General Motors is expanding its car-sharing service Maven to Boston, Chicago and Washington, D.C., nearly four months after the service was launched.
http://media.gm.com - In less than four months, Maven, General Motors’ personal mobility brand, has grown to five markets: New York City, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and today announced Boston, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Maven members have driven more than one million miles, bringing them closer to the things – and people – they love.
http://www.detroitnews.com - Automaker offers car-sharing through smartphone app in residential communities and citywide programs.
http://www.hybridcars.com - General Motors’ new carsharing service Maven is stepping forward with vehicles being rented in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Chicago. Ann Arbor has more than 1,300 approved users and GM quietly launched a few weeks ago in Chicago. Maven will be rolled out to additional major U.S. metro areas this year as GM reaches out to consumers who may not own a car.
http://www.detroitnews.com - General Motors' new car-sharing service Maven is expanding, adding vehicles and users in Ann Arbor and Chicago, as the Detroit automaker continues to develop a business catered to people who may not own a car. Service is expected to add other U.S. metro areas this year.
http://www.motortrend.com - As automakers start offering ride sharing services and more ways for consumers to connect to their vehicles, Volkswagen now wants a piece of the pie. According to a new report, VW is seeking partners to help expand its reach, but isn’t currently talking to Apple or Google.
http://www.businessinsider.com - The way we get around is constantly transforming. Uber is worth potentially billions, GM is setting up a separate business unit, Maven, to focus on ride-sharing, Ford is calling itself a "mobility" company and touting its fleet of self-driving cars, and Tesla is, well, Tesla.