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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.
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.
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.
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.