General Motors said on Saturday it was testing its car-sharing operation, Maven, in Australia through a pilot programme with ride-hailing company Uber Technologies. The leasing agreement will allow Uber drivers to rent cars produced by GM's Australian manufacturer GM Holden, the company said. "We are testing the adoption of one Maven product — Maven Gig — in Australia through a pilot programme in Sydney renting Holden cars to Uber drivers," Sean Poppitt, communications director at GM Holden, said. GM's Maven Gig programme is aimed at ...
GM teams up with Uber to expand Maven programme
It is currently operational in San Diego and set to be launched in San Francisco and Los Angeles
Reuters Last Updated at July 16, 2017 00:56 IST