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Page Overview: Mobility Joint Venture of the BMW Group and Daimler AG

BMW GROUP AND DAIMLER AG PLAN JOINT MOBILITY COMPANY.

COMPETITION AUTHORITIES APPROVE MERGER OF SERVICE OFFERINGS.

With their new joint mobility company, the BMW Group and Daimler AG are creating a new offering that is easy to access, intuitive and focused on the needs of the user. On their urban journey, customers will move through a seamlessly connected ecosystem that combines carsharing, ride-hailing, parking, charging and multimodality from a single source and is available with just a few taps. The idea is to create the most attractive, most comprehensive mobility solution for a better life in our connected world.

More than just carsharing.
BMW Group and Daimler AG mobility services in numbers.

15900000
RIDE-HAILING customers
20000
Car-Sharing vehicles
2370
electric car-sharing vehicles
250000
ride-hailing drivers
1100
cities offering parking services
30
metropolises where our car-sharing services are available
27000000
PARKING customers
6000000
multimodal and on-demand mobility users book and pay for our mobility services
3000
tons of CO2 saved by DriveNow drivers through electromobility
2550
times around the world with electric car-sharing

The future of mobility is being shaped in major cities. With the ecosystem we are planning, we will create solutions for tomorrow's urban mobility: intelligent, seamlessly connected and available at the tap of a finger. We believe this will improve quality of life in major cities.

Harald Krüger

Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG

Our vision is to create a major global player for seamless and intelligent connected mobility services together. As a hub for creativity and innovation, Berlin is exactly the right location for our plans.

Dieter Zetsche

Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and head of Mercedes-Benz Cars

The equally-owned joint venture will comprise the following activities and services:

Mobility Services of the BMW Group and Daimler AG.
Milestones.

Learn more.

What is our aspiration and vision of future mobility? Tony Douglas, head of the BMW Group Mobility Services brand, has a story or two to tell about that. When he joined the BMW Group 15 years ago, he took the S-Bahn train to work, only to be told by his boss: “You work for a car company now – next time, take your car.” A lot has changed since then. Find out at BMW Group NEWS how Daimler AG and the BMW Group intend to shape the mobility of the future in this Joint Venture.