http://www.greencarreports.com - With the 238-mile Chevy Bolt EV electric car now in its third month of sales and rolling out to additional states every month, the industry is focused on its sales numbers. Retail buyers have asked to what degree GM's plans to dedicate a number of the early Bolt EVs to its Maven car-sharing service might affect availability.
http://media.gm.com - Maven, General Motors’ personal mobility brand, is working with the City of Los Angeles to evolve mobility and provide easier, more sustainable and more convenient options for Angelenos to navigate the city. Maven’s seamless car-sharing application complements Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s vision to leverage multi-modal transportation solutions to advance mobility and encourage more electric vehicles in the market.
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - While Ford is currently the domestic automaker making the biggest push into in mobility services – which seem to entail practically anything outside of traditional manufacturing and distribution – it isn’t the only company preparing itself for an era of declining vehicle ownership. FCA has partnered with Waymo to develop a fleet of self-driving Pacificas and General Motors has a
https://techcrunch.com - GM’s Maven car-sharing service has now launched in Atlanta, its 17th North American city, where it’ll offer a fleet of 50 cars spread across 20 pick-up locations. Maven launched in January 2016, and began a rapid series of expansions that took it to locations across the U.S. throughout last year. It allows users to rent GM vehicles on-demand for short periods, similar to how Zipcar and car2go operate, without any membership fees.
http://www.hybridcars.com - General Motors is striding forward on its mobility strategy through its Maven carsharing unit and autonomous vehicle test projects. According to CEO Mary Barra speaking to Wall Street analysts on a conference call this week, GM launched Maven last year as one of the first car manufacturers to enter the car-sharing business.
http://www.thedetroitbureau.com - Maven the internal start-up company that General Motors created is already showing substantial promise in its first year of operation, GM President Dan Ammann told the Economic Club of Chicago.
http://www.autoblog.com - The first cars will be in California.
http://media.gm.com - Maven, General Motors’ personal mobility brand, is expanding its offerings in Atlanta from the Lyft Express Drive program to now include Maven City car sharing.
http://insideevs.com - Not only is General Motors working to get the Chevrolet Bolt in the hands of consumers, and available nationwide, it is also readying Bolts for Maven car-sharing fleets. Obviously, availability may be limited at first, but the process is already underway.
http://wardsauto.com - 2017 North American International Auto Show Availability likely will be tight, given shipments began just weeks ago, but the cars will be ready by Feb. 1, GM says.