https://www.digitaltrends.com - Maven, the General Motors mobility brand, is launching a large-scale carsharing service in New York City. More than 80 GM cars scattered throughout Manhattan are available for short-term rentals.
http://video.cnbc.com - Julia Steyn, GM vice president for urban mobility, discusses the automaker's new car-sharing subsidiary Maven. CNBC's Phil LeBeau weighs in.
http://video.cnbc.com - Today's bell ringers are GM's new car-sharing service Maven with Julia Steyn, General Motors VP of urban mobility, at the NYSE, and Amazon with CFO Brian Olsavsky, celebrating its 20-year listing anniversary, at the Nasdaq.
http://video.cnbc.com - Ringing today's opening bells are GM's new car-sharing service Maven with Julia Steyn, General Motors VP of urban mobility, at the NYSE, and Amazon with CFO Brian Olsavsky, celebrating its 20-year listing anniversary, at the Nasdaq.
http://www.detroitnews.com - The service lets members rent GM vehicles for up to 28 days at a time.
http://media.gm.com - A year and a half after launching as a curated residential service in New York City, Maven has evolved into one of the fastest-growing mobility brands in North America. Leveraging its seamless and dynamic mobility platform, Maven offers unique car-sharing services geared toward both consumers and businesses. Maven has rolled out in 17 cities across North America and its members have covered more than 125 million miles.
http://www.forbes.com - GM has launched a new service called Maven Gig that offers Chevrolet Bolt EVs on a short-term basis for people who need temporary wheels for jobs such as ride-sharing or grocery and food delivery.
http://www.motortrend.com - Maven, a mobility service created by General Motors, is offering Chevrolet Bolt EVs to drivers in the gig economy. Through a new service called Maven Gig, drivers can rent a Bolt for delivering groceries, giving rides to passengers, and providing other freelance services.
http://insideevs.com - Chevy and Maven now let Uber drivers, and other freelancers, rent a Bolt for $229 a week. GM continues to dip its toe into the car-sharing business.
http://www.autonews.com - Tesla revenue doubles, loss deepens; Diesels selling at VW; BMW expects slight profit boost; Judge: No 'smoking gun' in Uber case; GM's Maven big on gigs; Big-screen 'Car Dogs.'