http://insideevs.com - Now that General Motors’ mobility company, Maven, has added Chevrolet Bolts to its lineup, it may become increasingly clear that EVs will be to ride-hailing services, what cars like the Crown Victoria were to yesterday’s taxi fleets. Maven is offering weekly rentals to drivers for ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber, and.
http://www.freep.com - I sat with Maven’s Robert Tiderington, who has been with GM since college, as we talked about mobility changes ahead.
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - General Motors has decided to further shrink its outgoing fleet of rental vehicles to prioritize its in-house vehicle lending service, Maven, and focus on getting newer cars to customers. That does mean building fewer vehicles overall, but GM shouldn’t care if it can keep raking in the profits – something rental fleets aren’t particularly good at in
http://insideevs.com - General Motors says it’s all set with the building blocks for a future of mobility. Like all automakers, GM spends a vast majority of its time and money designing and manufacturing cars.
http://www.thedetroitbureau.com - With the big investments in Cruise and Lyft getting the lion’s share of attention, General Motors’ start-up, Maven, sometimes get overlooked.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - Electric cars, with their punchy low-speed response and low operating costs (if you don’t count resale-value issues), seem like ideal vehicles to use for urban shuttling. Which is why General Motors has been offering, through its Maven mobility company, the Chevrolet Bolt EV as a weekly rental to members who drive for ride-hailing services including Uber and Lyft.
http://video.cnbc.com - CNBC's Phil LeBeau weighs in on GM's car share contribution to the gig economy with Maven which launched in New York City today.
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.