BMW and Daimler team up on autonomous driving

German automotive giants BMW and Daimler have agreed to join forces on the development of automated driving technologies, sealing the deal first drawn up earlier this year. The long-term partnership


Daimler picks up majority stake in self-driving tech firm

Daimler Trucks, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Daimler Group, which makes Mercedes-Benz vehicles, has agreed to buy a majority stake in autonomous vehicle technology company Torc Robotics as it looks


BMW and Daimler to join forces on self-driving tech, complete carsharing merger

German automakers BMW and Daimler have agreed to team up on automated driving, building on the pair’s already close relationship. Alongside the deal, BMW and Daimler announced that they had


BMW and Daimler get the nod from US regulators for mobility services merger

Earlier this year, German automakers BMW and Daimler announced their intentions to merge the business units of their mobility services. Now, the pair are finally able to push ahead with


BMW and Daimler link up to combine transportation services

BMW and Daimler are joining forces to merge the business units of their mobility services, meaning the pair will link up on the existing services they offer in car sharing,


Daimler buys Europcars 25 per cent stake in car-sharing venture Car2Go for €70m

Daimler has acquired the remaining 25 per cent stake in Car2Go Europe from car rental company Europcar for €70m (£62m). As a result, the German automaker will own the entirety


80 per cent of Londons black cab drivers are now registered to use MyTaxi

Daimler-owned taxi app MyTaxi saw an increase of 150 per cent in app downloads last year, with nearly 80 per cent of London’s 23,000 licensed black cabs now registered to


Daimler and Bosch form driverless car alliance

Bosch and Daimlers vision of the future of automotion Mercedes Benz parent company Daimler has partnered with automotive suppplier Bosch for an alliance to drive the development of self-driving vehicles. The alliance aims


When the car becomes a service

Manik Gupta, head of product, maps at Uber, and the companys self-driving car on the road in Pittsburgh Automobile manufacturers are faced with a potentially industry-shaking transformation as the rise


Daimler Invests Millions in Vehicle Leasing app AutoGravity

Daimler, the German multinational auto company behind Mercedes-Benz and Smart, has announced it is investing millions of euros in smartphone-based vehicle leasing and financing app AutoGravity. AutoGravity, founded in late

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