BMW and Daimler pull car-sharing services from multiple markets, including UK and North America, blaming rising infrastructure costs and "low adoption rates".
Daimler has become the first car manufacturer to sign up to Wejo’s new product, Neutral Server Plus, which gives third parties access to connected vehicle data.
BMW and Daimler are investing nearly £1 billion to combine their mobility solutions around the world.
Daimler has signed a 50-50 joint venture with Chinese-based Zhejiang Geely Holding Group for the ownership and development of its small car Smart business.
BMW and Daimler are investing more than £870m to develop and integrate car-sharing, ride-hailing, parking, electric vehicle charging and multimodal transport.
Carmakers jostle with start-ups for control of next-generation mobility
BMW and Daimler are planning the next steps for their joint mobility company, following approval by the responsible competition authorities.
As arch-rivals await US approval to team up and take on Uber, BMW’s Tony Douglas says the mobility revolution is gathering pace.
The European Commission has approved the merger of BMW Group and Daimler AG’s mobility services business units, subject to conditions.
New infotainment system sees introduction of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to Nissan Qashqai
A fierce battle is brewing for the future of road travel as major players bid to capitalise on the development of connected and autonomous cars.
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