http://media.gm.com - Maven, General Motors’ personal mobility brand, is expanding to the western United States, adding the Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco markets. In 10 months, Maven has launched three products and has grown to 13 U.S. cities: Ann Arbor, Michigan; Baltimore; Boston; Chicago; Denver; Detroit; Los Angeles; Jersey City, New Jersey; New York City; Orlando, Florida; San Diego; San Francisco; and Washington, D.C. Pricing in each western market starts at $8 an hour and includes insurance and fuel. There are no monthly membership or application fees.
http://www.freep.com - It recently added Denver, Orlando, San Diego and Jersey City, NJ. Available models include the Chevrolet Volt, Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon; Chevrolet Cruze and Malibu, GMC Acadia and the Cadillac ATS, CT6, CTS and Escalade. Several vehicles will be equipped with either a bike or ski rack.
http://www.denverpost.com - As Lindsey Whiddon prepped for this week’s launch of General Motors new car-sharing service Maven, she plunged into city life to study traffic flow and talk to residents about how they would use a car-sharing service.
https://consumerist.com - Election Day is nearly here, and millions of Americans will head to their respective polling places on Tuesday. You might be able to drive, walk, bike, or jetpack to your voting site, but for those who need a ride (or just a car), a handful of companies are offering free or discounted options. Lyft, Uber, Zipcar, and Maven have unveiled a variety of discounts and promotions aimed at enabling voters to get to the polls on Tuesday.
http://www.forbes.com - Recently, General Motors invested in a Chinese car-sharing technology company called Yi Wei Zing to gain insights on specific car sharing needs of the Chinese market. Earlier this year, the company had launched its car-sharing program termed Maven in the U.S., which has now expanded to nine cities in the country. Reports also suggest that the Indian cab hailing company Ola is in talks with General Motors to raise funds from the later. General Motors already has a 9% stake in ride sharing service Lyft. The rapid expansion of Maven, the recent investment in China and the possibility of an inves
http://www.freep.com - Attention millennials, especially those living in cities who want to vote.
http://www.digitaltrends.com - GM's Maven car sharing service partnered with Uber. Uber drivers can now rent GM cars for $179 a week in San Francisco in a 90-day pilot test. Maven also has a similar program with Lyft drivers.
http://www.fool.com - In a new pilot program, GM's Maven unit will lease vehicles to Uber drivers in San Francisco at a discounted weekly rate. Wait a minute -- doesn't GM own a chunk of Uber's arch-rival Lyft? GM owns about 9% of Lyft, Uber's principal ride-hailing rival in the United States. GM invested $500 million in Lyft in January, GM's president sits on Lyft's board, and GM and Lyft are working on a series of programs together.
https://www.cnet.com - Mercedes-Benz whips up another AMG SUV.
https://www.cnet.com - Uber drivers will be able to lease Maven vehicles on a per-week basis.